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Old 04-23-2008, 01:23 AM   #11
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Top two pics are of the 240gal that replaced the 135gal african cichlid tank. Still has the Black Arowana and added a Gulper Catfish to it.

Bottom two pics, with the multiple fish is my 300gal tank, has a slightly smaller Black Arowana, Petsmart Midas/Red Devil, Pike, Peacock Bass, Silver Dollars, Sevs, Pictus cats, FH, Chocolate Cichlid, and probabably a couple other fish I forgot about.

Still learning the whole Digital SLR thing so there is still room for improvement with the pictures. Enjoy.....
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Wow... that's amazing. What kind of lighting do you have?
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Wow... that's amazing. What kind of lighting do you have?
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Mainly regular T12s, Actnic in each tank and either 50/50 or daylight bulbs.
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With the way you did the smaller tank I can't wait to see the larger one finished - very beautiful tanks and fish -
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With the way you did the smaller tank I can't wait to see the larger one finished - very beautiful tanks and fish -
Thanks appreciate the compliments.

I am thinking of limiting the amount of decor I put in the new tank, possibly add a light colored substrate to the bottom and possibly a large piece of drift wood I have already. Currently the bare tanks is very easy to keep up, just a water change every week and clean out the filter ever 2-3 months.
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Wow, really nice!
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Wow, really nice!
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both tanks look cool
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