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40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my 180L malawi tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Just upgraded to the Juwel Rio 180 which is now full of malawi cichlids! i have removed the juwel internal filter and have set up a tetratec ex 1200 external filter which is ace, i also have a eheim air pump which is so quiet! any questions just ask! :P
Advice: always read up on everything 1st! and just make sure ya have enough time to clean your tank!!!
Fish Kept: aulonocara jacobfreibergi, aulonocara royal regal nyasse, aulonocara dragon blood, aulonocara midnight moon, aulonocara staurtgranti, aulonocara OB loves, aulonocara red nyasse, Pseudotropheus sp. "zebra long pelvic", sp 44, synodontis multipunctatus, bristlenose plecs! Most of them are young so rnt yet showing full colour yet tho!
Corals/Plants: mainly java fern
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: the bugger bit me :P

COMMENTS

Nice & Clean. Awesome! fish avatar
Nice clean looking tank. Beautiful fish avatar
Wow...beautiful work! fish avatar
very well done love the rock work. fish avatar
!!! Very Nice !!!....Cheers! fish avatar

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