Photo #1 - My Rio 180, Date Taken 2/6/09

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Photo Caption: my rio 180, date taken 2/6/09
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - my rio 180, date taken 2/6/09

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: rio 180, rio filter (cirex) modded to slow,fluval 4 plus with spray bar,12" air wall run off ap3, 1* 15 wtt tri light and 1*30wtt warm light, diy co2 rig with dennenel bell difussior.
Advice: read,read, then read some more then ask some one , then think about it all , then you tell some one what you know , and see what they say!!
Fish Kept: all kinds really, discus ,tetras,danios, plecs,malwali,fighting fish,glass fish , ghost knife fish
Corals/Plants: as above, eciordourus,(lots!)javer fern ,comboa,??? i just dont know em all soz!
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: well i never
About Yourself: beginer really , just mad about fish all of a suden! thinking of becoming devoted to discus tbh.

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How many discus do you have in that size tank beacuase i have the same size tank and was wondering about discus fish avatar

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