Photo #1 - Just Completed Planted Tank - Sorry For The Quali...

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Photo Caption: Just completed planted tank - sorry for the quality of picture
planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Just completed planted tank - sorry for the quality of picture
freshwater fish - pterophyllum sp. - gold veil angel - Angel

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Country: Australia
Description: 4ft x 1.5ft x 2ft Barbs - 3 x tigers, 3 x moss. + 3 other barbs (not sure of breed) 2 x silver sharks (juniors) 2 x clown loaches, 2 x Angels (mature) 1 x blood red male siamese male fighting fish
Advice: Make sure your supplier of stock (fish) has a good reputation (if you are not sure only buy a few less expensive fish and keep them quaranteened) you may be infected with white spot or something else that could potentially cost you alot of money!!!
Fish Kept: Barbs - 3 x tigers, 3 x moss + 3 other barbs (not sure of name), 2 x silver sharks, 2 x clown loaches, 2 x angels, 2 x dwarf gauramies and 1 siamese fighting fish
Corals/Plants: Loads but looking for loads more - love the idea of planted tanks - only discovered it three days ago and have invested in only 25 new plants and have only filled 2/3rds of my tank
Quote: I'd rather have a drink on the rocks than be in the drink on the rocks

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