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Country: Ireland
Description: Mbuna setup in a juwel rio 180. Standard juwel filter with an external Tetratec Ex700 (turns the water over 7.4 times an hour). Over 100 pounds of old red sandstone with crushed coral as a substrate.
Advice: My advice for new hobbyists would be to read as much as you can before you buy.
Fish Kept: Many and varied!
Corals/Plants: Trying for a goldfish with plants tank at the moment, but he is a hungry fellow and its costing me a fortune.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Lead me not into temptation, for I can find it myself!

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How do you get your water that clean? My water is not that clean I do every thang but it just not doing anything fish avatar
that tank is beautiful. could you please tell me the name of the fish in the upper right hand corner, that fish is magnificent fish avatar
I really enjoyed looking at your tank . Very nice ! fish avatar
I like it lots. It is also something very similar to what we want to do to our 6ft tank but with a few plants to soften the overall effect. But well done. fish avatar
I love your tank set up and I'm trying to create a similar look. I notice that you have a lot of rocks stacked on the back side of the tank, or so it appears. How are you able to run the filter back there and if so is there a space? fish avatar
Gorgeous fish you have there. fish avatar

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