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Fish list so far - b/n; o/s; peps aibinos; corys; hoplos; L168; L202; endlers tetras; rummynose; penguins; rainbows; guppies; whiteclouds; scissortails; harlequins; paki loach; buffalo barbs

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so a heap of small schooling fish in a beatifully planted huge tank thats awesome looks great

you'll have to find something as like a main fish that gets a bit bigger then all those fish but wont eat them lol

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so a heap of small schooling fish in a beatifully planted huge tank thats awesome looks great

you'll have to find something as like a main fish that gets a bit bigger then all those fish but wont eat them lol

x 2 exactly what i was thinking

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I think once i finish setting up my breeding colony with all they need, that is my next project a nice big 6 x 1.5 x 1.5 or higher to fit into the living room nicely with planted angle tank with all sorts of little fish in there aswell. I also still need to buy my endlers for my planted tank in the room :D which will be breeding needless to say so they will be going in the big tank aswell, obviously the coolest looking males that i don't want breeding that is :D

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Awesome tank. A lot of time and effort has clearly gone into this aquatic creation!

I vote for discus as a centrepiece fish. Maybe 5 or 6 green discus would look fantastic schooling together.

Q. Would you go as high next time or would you go wider instead?

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The reason the tank is those measurements is because it was made to site on an old bar. I wanted it a metre high, but it quadrupled the price. I really like the heighth, but wider would be good as well.

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Very nice tank you've got there. Love the scaping =) do you have a 300L sump on it ?? If not i hope if you put any chemicals in there your not treating for 1500 L =) but great tank.

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Woah! This is setup really well. I love it.

I dont want to sound too "artistic" but the composition is spot on.

Mangrove roots on the right are great with the open area around it. Well done.

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