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Photo Caption: My Amazonia biotope.
53 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Amazonia biotope.

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Country: Finland
Description: The tank is 240 Juwel Rio, 120x40x50cm. 2x EHEIM ecco 2236, Juwel heater 200W
Advice: Make sure you have a good filtration system, and that the fish you choose can be kept together. A big fish needs a big aquarium. A BIG BIG BIG aquarium. ;)
Fish Kept: Pterophyllum scalare, Corydoras aeneus, Megalechis personata, Hasemania nana
Corals/Plants: Echinodorus bleheri, E. "osiris", E. "lucifer", E. "ozelot", E. palaefolius var. latifolius, Ludwigia repens, Ceratophyllum demersum
Tank Size: 53 gallons
Quote: That which does not kill you, only postpones the inevitable.
About Yourself: I've been into aquariums for a long time. Amazon biotopes are my fav, but I do like some Asian species also.

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