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Old 12-27-2015, 01:19 PM   #11
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Old 12-27-2015, 06:23 PM   #12
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200+G Bowfront DT of Discus and Cardinals. Or a wall tank of same. 4'-6' to 8' Dream... Probably will end up doing with a smaller tank
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Plus one on the discus. Thinking of doing that in the 150gal in a few years.
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I was thinking I might go really simple bare bottom with maybe plants attached to big pieces of driftwood. Still thinking
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Discus....... just dout my ablitys! I just don't think I could keep them alive! They are just so sensitive! Sensitive fish hate my water! Must be a mineral! all my other 70 fish do fine! Would love a freshwater stingray in a huge indoor Pond! Maybe one day!

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SW will always be an Achilles tang! One day when I can hopefully get an 8-10' tank for a beautiful one...

FW I think it would be Motoro Rays


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One day, we'll have a house, Bpophoto will have a huge sw tank and I'll be able to put a zebra moray eel in. ☺️ So pretty. I'm going to need longer tools so I can safely hand feed it.
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Since I started the hobby, I've really always wanted a huge half land, half water setup. In the water part, I'd keep some really sweet fish, like discus, stingrays and probably a lot of GBR pairs. Then a nice school of neons or cardinals to top it off. It'd have a false rock wall dividing the tank in half longways and then some small entrances along the bottom leading to the back, which will be in another room and I can feed all the fish there equally. I don't know if I'd have the discus for sure and the others, might just want to replace them with fahaka and mbu puffers. For the land part, I'd probably have a chameleon, depending on how big the area is and what I can afford
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