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Old 09-01-2011, 12:44 PM   #671
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Thought i would add to this 8 1/2 yr old thread
Heres my 180g tank, sorry my camera is cheap and old lol
Wow, the drift wood looks great! What is your stock list?
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Old 09-01-2011, 12:47 PM   #672
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Yeah I just re read my post, I should have specified that I meant I wouldn't need to vacuum (possibly). I do water changes every week. I used to do them on Saturday, but we changed the substrate (from gravel to sand) mid week, along with about 60-70% of the water that day. So I am going to do a small one today, and then a larger one on Saturday again to get back on schedule.

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I was curious, is it even possible to vacuum the sand without it getting sucked up?
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I was curious, is it even possible to vacuum the sand without it getting sucked up?
I occasionally vacuum my sand. I put a valve (aka c-clamp, lol) on the hose going to the bucket to control the flow. Just enough to suck out the dirt and not the sand. It also gives me more time to vacuum before bucket is full. It works well. I don't vacuum that much anymore since I got a goby. He does a great job.
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My full tank shot of my 60g cube cycling
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My full tank shot of my 60g cube cycling
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Old 09-02-2011, 09:51 AM   #676
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Wow, the drift wood looks great! What is your stock list?
Thanks!
1 BGK (seen in pic)
2 large red turquoise discus (also in pic)
8 Bloodfin tetras
7 White star tetras
1 Hoplosternum
L333 pleco
L397 Pleco
L183 pleco
4 GBR (2 pairs)
1 African butterfly fish

So its pretty much all South American plus the butterfly fish lol
All the wood is just smaller pieces pilled up for my BGK and plecos to live in
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Just up and running...it's a work in progress for sure, but then again, aren't they all...lol

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