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freshwater fish - hoplarchus psittacus - parrot cichlid stocking in 30 gallons tank - not my fish, i will put up pics of my tank soon

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Country: Ireland
Description: i built my 30 gallon aquarium my self, its about 2ft length by 2ft height by 1ft depth. at the moment i have a small mechanical filter but i intend upgrading in time.
Advice: building my own tank was quite an experience, i had many thoughts and did a lot of research before i built it, when building your own tank you must take into concideration the thickness of the glass and the pressure of the water against it. regular silicone will not work in an aquarium, it must be special aquarium grade silicone. other types will have chemicals that could be harmful to the fish
Fish Kept: black moor, bubble eye, calico telescope eye, pearscale, brown oranda
Corals/Plants: artificial
Tank Size: 30 gallons

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