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Country: Netherlands
Description: (300*70*80cm, 1600 liter) (10 * 2,2 * 2,6feet 420 US gallons) Low tech, no CO2. Custom build tank, tank is almost one year old. Light: 6 * 58 watts T8 with simulated sun -up and -down by dimmer. Filtered by 2 Eheim filterpumps.
Advice: experiment, read and try
Fish Kept: 15 * Discus (green discus Tefe), 75* rumynoses, 50 * corydoras sterbai. Some cardinal tetra's, dwarf puffers (to keep the snails hidden) and about 40 ottocinclus Current pop. Central American Cichlids
Corals/Plants: various
Tank Size: 422 gallons

COMMENTS

I just don't see how this tank isn't and doesn't stayyy number 1! fish avatar
hi both me and my husband love your tank its amazing we also looked on your website its fantastic you have given us some great ideas on how we can improve ours thanks beck n stu fish avatar
nice tank. Why no CO2? I was told I needed it for a planted tank. fish avatar
Thanks :) You can see whatever you want at my website, I blogged the start from scratch. The address is on pictures, or you can just put a com behind my name ;) fish avatar
It would be great if U could give some more technical specifications regarding this tank. Awesome size as well as scape. Wish I could see the pics with Dicus inside. Filip fish avatar
In this picture the discus isn't there yet, now there are 18 Peruvian angels in it fish avatar

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