Photo #1 - My Discus Tank - 6x Discus (2x White Swanns, 1x H...

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Country: Australia
Description: this is my 4ft tank, it is 200ltrs and has been very cheap to set up. $200 max. in it i have 1x 1200ltr/hr aqua 1 powerhead filter and 1x600ltr/hr vitapet powerhead, 300 watt aqua one heater and a 3ft light. and it sits on an old table i got from a friend.
Advice: dont just buy from a shop cause its cheap. normally cheap shops dont normally invest as much time as a specialist does maintaining thier tanks.....some do butttttttttttt most dont. specialists will normally let you test thier water if you ask, heck most will do it for you and give you the restults. buy from shops where the tanks are maintained daily and buy the healthiest looking fish, and if they all look crap.....kepp looking elsewhere.
Fish Kept: 6x discus (2x white swanns, 1x hi fin hi body blue diamond 1x mixed breed 1x red melon 1x red malborough) 2x corydoras julii 1x upside down catfish
Corals/Plants: amazon swords, anubias, blue stricta
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: I feel like a duck, everywhere i look theres a bloody big bill infront of me!
About Yourself: dad bought a tank (H:2ft W:40cm L:39cm) when i was born. 21 yrs later i had a kid so i restored it. figured the colours and movement would be good for her. 3 yrs later,im still loving it and have set a lifetime goal to having bred all species of freshwater fish and breed some unyet bred marines (but thats a long time away)

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