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Old 11-06-2013, 10:34 AM   #11
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My tank yesterday at the 400 litre mark, I've finally (been told) worked out to get pictures up. Current stock 11 clown loach Chromobotia Macracanthus. Age range estimated 6-10+ they've been in my care for 5-8 years so far. More fish will go in at some point.
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My tank yesterday at the 400 litre mark, I've finally (been told) worked out to get pictures up. Current stock 11 clown loach Chromobotia Macracanthus. Age range estimated 6-10+ they've been in my care for 5-8 years so far. More fish will go in at some point.
Why not anything else? Your tanks around 200g right? How about a giant school of little stuff? Neons, rasboras?
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Why not anything else? Your tanks around 200g right? How about a giant school of little stuff? Neons, rasboras?
I have just moved that tank back into the fish house, 14th oct fish in, I started the build on the house sept 5th concrete poured two weeks later= day one. See my fish house build for further details, it's in new acquisitions. I am ensuring my clowns are in perfect condition before I do anything.
Tank is 198 US liquid gals + filtration at 22 litres each, so have a gold star, good guess.

Tank used to contain hypostomus 46 cms, gibbiceps 36+ and a massive school of corydoras 25+ homebred.
I would like to see that, 100+ tiny tetras I know 20 is a great sight! I have some in a separate tank. I could attempt breeding them, as far as I know I need spawning mops, a dark cover to protect the eggs and Lady Luck by my side. Unsure about the rest.
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I have just moved that tank back into the fish house, 14th oct fish in, I started the build on the house sept 5th concrete poured two weeks later= day one. See my fish house build for further details, it's in new acquisitions. I am ensuring my clowns are in perfect condition before I do anything.
Tank is 198 US liquid gals + filtration at 22 litres each, so have a gold star, good guess.

Tank used to contain hypostomus 46 cms, gibbiceps 36+ and a massive school of corydoras 25+ homebred.
I would like to see that, 100+ tiny tetras I know 20 is a great sight! I have some in a separate tank. I could attempt breeding them, as far as I know I need spawning mops, a dark cover to protect the eggs and Lady Luck by my side. Unsure about the rest.
Ok i was just wondering :b
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