Photo #1 - My 450 Litre Planted Discus Tank

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Photo Caption: My 450 Litre Planted Discus Tank
freshwater fish - blue turquoise discus stocking in 100 gallons tank - A Blue Turquoise Discus Fish.

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Country: New Zealand
Description: 150x60x50cm 10mm glass tank 1 x Fluval 404 Canister Filter, 1 x Eheim Classic 2217 Undergravel heating cable, Aquaone MG1000 Metal Halide and Pl Fluorescent light on for 10 hours per day.
Advice: Add your fish slowly and research their temperament and water requirements before purchase. Perform regular water changes.
Fish Kept: 8 x Discus, 15 x Rummy Nose Tetras, 10 x Cardinal Tetras, 3 x Black Line Flying Foxes, 2 x Bristlenose, 10x Corydoras Trilineatus
Corals/Plants: Echinodorus Osiris, Ambulia, Java Fern, Dwarf Sag, Echinodorus Amazonicus, Rotala Macranda, Rotala Rotundifolia, Stargrass, Red Pine Tree, Ludwigia Repens, Cryptocornes, Tiger Lotus, Red Lotus
Tank Size: 100 gallons

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holy cow are you ppl blind. if you read this give this tank a higher rateing its awesome! fish avatar
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