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Photo Caption: My 400LT Setup
105 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My 400LT Setup

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Country: Greece
Description: Rio 400 tank (150 x 55 x 60) Custom built, sound proof stand. 2 x Sheets of plastic grid laid on the bottom of the tank to support rock weight. 1 x Vectron2 25W UV Lamp. 1 x Teco Chiller 1 x Eco-Aqualizer. Filtration: 1 Fluval 405 (Bio), 1 x Fluval 305 (Bio), 1 x Juwel Internal (Chem & Sponge filtration). Air: 1 x Eheim Air Pump. Heating: 1 x Fluval Tronic 300W. Lighting: 2 x Daylight, 1 x Blue Light (10h/day total). Substrae: 12 bags of fine white sand substrate. Rocks: ~ 60Kg of rocks + Rocky Backdrop. Other: 4 pieces of driftwood.
Advice: Keep reading & be patient.
Fish Kept: 1 Panaque nigrolineatus L-27. 1 Sciaenochromis fryeri (Taiwan Reef). 1 Aulonocara stuartgranti (Rubescens). 1 Steatocranus Casuarius. 1 Neolamprologus Leleupi (Yellow). 2 Tropheus sp. (Ikola). 1 Labidochromis caeruleus. 1 Aulonocara baenschi. 2 Metriaclima estherae (Red) (Pair). 1 Cynotilapia afra (Nkolongwe). 1 Baryancistrus sp. 1 Altolamprologus compressiceps. 1 Pseudotropheus flavus. 1 Haplochromis Borwnae. 1 Nimbochromis venustus. 1 Tropheops sp. "Red Cheek" (Likoma). 1 OB Peacock. 1 Cyphotilapia Frontosa Blue Zaire. 1 Melanochromis cyaneorhabdos.
Corals/Plants: Various artificial Plants
Tank Size: 105 gallons
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I rated this an 8...almost a 9...VERY NICE!!! few understand how hard it is to stack rocks and make it look natural fish avatar

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