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Old 02-22-2012, 08:59 AM   #991
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Real nice tank, I wish I could keep discus but the price tag is a little out of my range.
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Old 02-22-2012, 10:20 AM   #992
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:01 AM   #993
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Tank #1
Aqueon
Size-65gallon
Measurements-36-3/8L x 18-3/8W x 25H
Lighting
Marineland 36inch LED Light strip

Filters
Rena Filstar XP3

Heater
Rena 200w

4 Inch Airstone Disk Powered By A Top Fin Air-4000 Air Pump

Plants-
3 Spiral Bamboo
1 Marimo ball


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4 Clown Loach
4 Albino Cory Cat
4 Silver Dollar
1 Black Ghost Knife
3 Otocinclus (Otto ) Cats
1 Albino Bristlenose Plecostamus

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42 gallon 'hexagon'
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168 liter: 25 inch by 22 inch by 23 1/2 inches high

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Marineland LED Light Strip

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Marineland Penguin 200 W/Biowheel

Heater
Fluval 150W

Tetra waterfall setup

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1 Marimo ball
3 Spiral Bamboo
3 White Ribbon
6 Wisteria

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3 Gold Severum
1 Bristlenose Plecostamus
6 Gold Mystery Snails

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Oceanic 35 G. Hex Front

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Eheim Ecco Canister Filter

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36 inch Marineland LED Strip

100W Heater

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2 Marimo Balls

Species

3 Yellow Labidochromis Caeruleus
3 Otocinclus Catfish
1 Bristlenose Plecostamus

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Tetra Water Wonders

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7.5L x 7.5W x 8.5H

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Built in LED light

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Old 02-22-2012, 11:17 AM   #994
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Hi, I have just joined this forum and added my profile plus some photos of my aquarium. I have a Juwel vision 260 Litre (about 65 gallon) which I have been running for 4 months now and have community fish as well as 3 discus fish. This is also the first time for me in keeping and maintaining a well-planted aquarium. All I use to keep the plants alive is nutrient based substrate with fertilizer, liquid Co2 (seachem flourish excel) and existing lighting (2 x 54W T5).

Here are my first pics. Let me know what you think. Any suggestions on making it look even better or questions are welcome.

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That's simply beautiful!! I love the discus and all the plants! I have a plant question- what is a good fast growing plant that stays medium sized that I could plant to help take care of my very high nitrates (40-80ppm)? I have a 5 gallon fluval with a gourami. Also a pond guppy my daughter brought home from school. I have planted some Rotala Indica, a type of java fern, and some lemon Bacopa.
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Old 02-22-2012, 11:33 AM   #995
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Hi, I have just joined this forum and added my profile plus some photos of my aquarium. I have a Juwel vision 260 Litre (about 65 gallon) which I have been running for 4 months now and have community fish as well as 3 discus fish. This is also the first time for me in keeping and maintaining a well-planted aquarium. All I use to keep the plants alive is nutrient based substrate with fertilizer, liquid Co2 (seachem flourish excel) and existing lighting (2 x 54W T5).

Here are my first pics. Let me know what you think. Any suggestions on making it look even better or questions are welcome.

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Wow!! It looks amazing!! Gorgeous discus!!
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Old 02-22-2012, 04:39 PM   #996
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Cool. I really like the red gravel.
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Old 02-22-2012, 06:36 PM   #997
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120 gallon tank. Gotta add some rock, I think.

Nice pics everyone!
What light is that? Is it your typical 6' 100+ foot print?
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That's simply beautiful!! I love the discus and all the plants! I have a plant question- what is a good fast growing plant that stays medium sized that I could plant to help take care of my very high nitrates (40-80ppm)? I have a 5 gallon fluval with a gourami. Also a pond guppy my daughter brought home from school. I have planted some Rotala Indica, a type of java fern, and some lemon Bacopa.
Thanks! I know from my own java ferns that are doing very well for a while now and don't need strong light. Not sure what plants are ideal for reducing high nitrate though. Maybe someone else out there might know?
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Hi, I have just joined this forum and added my profile plus some photos of my aquarium. I have a Juwel vision 260 Litre (about 65 gallon) which I have been running for 4 months now and have community fish as well as 3 discus fish. This is also the first time for me in keeping and maintaining a well-planted aquarium. All I use to keep the plants alive is nutrient based substrate with fertilizer, liquid Co2 (seachem flourish excel) and existing lighting (2 x 54W T5).

Here are my first pics. Let me know what you think. Any suggestions on making it look even better or questions are welcome.

Check out my profile for details on all fish and plants I have in this aquarium.

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Awesome looking tank!
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Thanks redsea! I like the colours on that that cleaner shrimp you have.
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