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tanah4128

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  1. Nice pic of Dalat in Vietnam [MENTION=231]gingerbeer[/MENTION] :)
  2. Don't bother guys/girls. Photo was taken 3-4years ago. Stand is in average condition with flaking paint, hood is same. Tank is propped up on car tyres in back yard with weeds growing in it. He even said that if he put current pics up, no one would buy it:)
  3. That's a big boy:) Were there any fish in tank before he went? A 304 is a bit small for that tank(personal opinion). Might have over loaded the bio-load too quickly. If u can't get your hands on a larger capacity filter, add 4 or so sponge filters to increase bio filtration. Having said that, if u haven't got other fish in there, your bio filtration will at a low capacity. Throw some feeder fish in to gear up bio. He can also have a snack when he goes back in.
  4. Probably packed it in. Jebaos have a tendency to do so:( And ya might need a bigger sump.
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  7. Yoshi, Nielsen Nursery (Marine Mates) sells IAL trees:) I got 2 from there. Something to keep in mind for the long run:)
  8. As above:) Better lock aquarium related stuff, assuming u have chems etc stored next to fish food:)
  9. Very cool room indeed. Seen this many times, he never stops long enough on the corner filter for me to see how it really works
  10. Blackbetty on here:) Nice guy:)
  11. Do u still have ur angels ?

  12. Nice, when does the 2L bottle come in Donny/Ben ?
  13. You can help the heaters more if you can get like 10mm foam sheets. Cut it to size to fit sides and back of tanks and sump. Dab some silicon on corners and stick them on. Got all my tanks done like this, rarely see the heater switch on. They are set at 28C.
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