Photo #2 - My Two Red Spot Severums And In The Background On...

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Photo Caption: my two red spot severums and in the background one of my boesemen rainbow fish and a couple of my Odessey barbs
100 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - my 5ft bow fronted jewel tropical tank.
freshwater fish - heros serverus - gold severum stocking in 100 gallons tank - my two red spot severums and in the background one of my boesemen rainbow fish and a couple of my Odessey barbs

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 5ft bow fronted Jewel. 204 fluval external filter ( hoping to get a bigger one soon). 2 x Aqua glow and 2 x sun glow lighting, I have either the two front or the two back ones on at a time, they are on a time switch and are on for 8 hours a day. Two air pumps running both ends. Always add 6.5 buffer with all water changes.
Advice: go for it and have fun.
Fish Kept: 2x red spot severums, 1 angel, lots Australian rainbow(5x boeseman, 2x red, 1 splendid, 2 blue, 2x highbred) 2x clown loch, 2x bristle noses and 13x Odessa barbs, 4x honey gouramies. 1x synadontis, 3x cory,s.
Corals/Plants: Different types of Amazon sword , an onion plant
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: Live for today
About Yourself: I love watching my fish, I spend about 2 hours a week giving them a water change and about 3 hours a day watching them!

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