Photo #1 - 77 Gallon Amazon Tank - I Started 10 Years Ago Wi...

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Country: Canada
Description: 260 Watts of Coralife Compact Fluorescent 2 X 50/50 Actinic & 10,000ºKelvin lamps and 2 X 50/50 6,700ºKelvin & Colormax lamps. 10Hr's photo period, dawn / dusk simulation with L.E.D. moon lights. Compressed CO2 system with Red Sea 500 Reactor: 3 Bubbles/sec, solenoid controlled. Filters: Marineland Magnum 350 filter with Bio-wheels & Hagen 204 Fluval canister filter filled with lava rock biological media. 9W UV sterilizer system, ON 24Hr's period! In line filter heater, water Temperature 24ºC. PH 6.5, GH & KH is set to simulate the Amazon waters; micro nutrients, phosphate, iron, excel, and vitamins. Good water current and chemistry to control algae. Only minor algae for fish. ¼ water changes every two weeks.
Advice: Read lots of aquarium books, try different formulas. Patience!
Fish Kept: I started 10 years ago with the hobby, Goldfish, Mollies, African Cichlids, Marine fish & moved to plants.
Corals/Plants: All kinds of plants!
Tank Size: 77 gallons
About Yourself: Aquarium Hobby

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like it looks natural iam doing amazon style myself prefer it to others,well dome fish avatar
Looks great. Nice placement of plants, very plush. fish avatar
Just wondering about the Compressed CO2 system with Red Sea 500 Reactor: 3 Bubbles/sec, solenoid controlled. if you could tell me if you like it and where and how much it is so I can go to CO2? fish avatar

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