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Country: Puerto Rico
Description: 48" wide x 24" height x 18" depth, 48" 4ft Metal Halide Reef Aquarium Marine Light 500W, Aqua Clear 100 Filter and DYI CO2 System and Eco Complete Substrate.
Advice: Patience is a must. You have to take things step by step. Also you have to be a very good observer. It takes a lot of work but you can succeed.
Fish Kept: 7 Hidden Discus Fish, 10 Harlequin Rasboras, 8 Rummy Nose Tetras, around 10 Guppys, 8 Bleeding Heart Tetras. 4 Serpae Tetras, 4 black Nenon Tetras, 1 big Clown Loach, 3 Siamese.
Corals/Plants: 2 Alternanthera reineckii v. 'roseafolia', 1 Cryptocoyne Wenditii Tropica, 2 Micro Sword, Myriophyllum Tuberculatum 'Red', 2 Rotala Rotundifolia (Indicia), 1 Rotala Wallichii, 1 Nesaea pedicellata 'Golden', 1 Anubia Nana, 1 Anubia Barteri, Cryptocoryne Wendtii Red & Green, Saggitaria Dwarf, Hornwort, Melon Sword, Amazon Sword, Hygrophila difformis (Wisteria), Aponogeton crispus, Valisneria
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: I love fishes and plants.
About Yourself: I bought my first tank when I was 7 years. My interest in plants began a few years ago just for curiosity. Same happened with my discus; I just got one to see what happened.


My tank has been set up for a while and I have a black knife fis that is doing fine, wic I herd is delicate too. I do frengent water changes. I think I'm ready but now your scareing me. I have bloodworms, shrimp, veggie, and color enhancing flake. I know the water needs to be high. I dont have another tank that isnt already set up and established. Can they not just go into their 125 gallon home? They will be the first Discus in the tank and will have the run of it. I took my Angels and Gold Servums out so they wouldnt hurt them. Am I going to do ok? fish avatar
Well I bought 5 of them. I havent recieved them yet and they are delivering to the wrong place... hopefully I will have live fish lol. No I haven't had any discus yet. I know I will need to keep them warm and change water and feed lots of diff foods. Do I need to know or do anything else? fish avatar
OK so I ordered 6 dicus fish!! I will put some pics if you wanna see wen I get them. I tink I have to get ride of my angles and Gold serum :(. I went to a aquarium shop buy my house to ask questions bout them and he said that they will be mean to the Discus fish. I wish I had another tank to put them in so I could keep them still. fish avatar
I checked the site and there is a beautiful Flowerhorn do you anything about them> Are they mean fish? fish avatar
Since you orderded online who do yo suggest I buy from? fish avatar
I love your tank!! I thinks its the best I have seen on here your tank should be rated # 1!!! I have been looking for discus but can only find them on the internet but I'm very leery about buying with seeing fish avatar
thanks for telling me. fish avatar
hey thanks for telling me and one more question are those blue and yellow discus breed if not what kind are they? fish avatar
Nice tank!! How big are your discus ? fish avatar
Beautiful tank. How big is your clown loach? How long did it take for him to get to the size he is? Did you ever consider getting a couple more?... they get lonely. (sorry about the inquisition) fish avatar
Thanks for your comment. Believe it or not my best tool are my hands and I use an old pair of scissors to plant the grass. fish avatar
Impressive layout, what tools do you use to aquascape? fish avatar
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