Photo #1 - 200 Gal. Community Tank. Fully Planted Low Light...

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Country: Canada
Description: Old school community tank. Canister and rotating powerheads UGF. The tank is from a hotel lobby 1930s-1940s.
Advice: Keep up those water changes
Fish Kept: Angels, gold severum, neons, loaches, cory's etc.
Corals/Plants: Fully planted low light setup. Javas, moneywort, hornwort, wysteria, vallis, moss.
Tank Size: 200 gallons
Quote: God created man because he was so disappointed with monkeys. Twain.
About Yourself: Lots of kids, lots of pets, no money.

COMMENTS

very very nice...love the driftwood effect fish avatar
D: WoW!!!!!!!! fish avatar
great looking tank. fish avatar
I found the driftwood on an old landscaping scene. It was old and very dry. I soaked it for a week in aquarium salt and then pressure washed it. The angels love it. They continually lay eggs on it. Thanks for the comments. fish avatar
Hey, i was wondering where you got the big piece of drift wood? Wonderful tank btw, im working on getting mine like that. fish avatar

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