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Submitted By: Arron & Renee on
Photo Caption: The fish tank is mounted in a wall, viewable from both sides. This is the back (less glare in the photo)
45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - The fish tank is mounted in a wall, viewable from both sides. This is the back (less glare in the photo)

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Country: Australia
Description: Not easy taking a photo of such a long tank. We use two grolux fluros during the day, and a single UV fluro at night (for looks). We use three power heads (connected to the undergravel filter) and 1 external canaster filter. We also have a large air curtain and an air disk.
Advice: Dont rush in and buy fish... you loose a few :)
Fish Kept: Tri colour sharks, tiger barbs, kuhlii louches, bumble bees, angel fish, gupies, kribensis, knife fish, punk fish, kissing gouramis and mollies.. Yeah it's a pretty full tank :)
Corals/Plants: All live plants.. Some crypts, amazon swords and a few common ones.
Tank Size: 45 gallons
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