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Old 04-12-2012, 08:00 AM   #1
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hi
im new to fish keeping our first tank set up was in November 11,

my 1st tank is custom built, 500lts 4ftx3ftx18in, fluval fx5 filter, aquaray aquabeam 600 ultra LEDS x5, 2x fluval e300 heaters, aquaray 8 way storm controller, air bubble curtains .
large bogwood, large driftwood, assorted live plants.
16 Cardinals
12 Glowlights
11 Rummynose
5 Glass catfish
7 Corys
6 Cherry barbs
2 Pakistani loaches
1 Bristlenose
1 silver tip tetra
and 1 other tetra don't know name
120 Lt weekly wate change
regular water test
ammonia 0
nitrite 0
nitrate 10
ph 7.6

2nd tank i brought from a friend about 2 months ago
180Lt, internal fluval filter and heater, large bog wood, assorted live plants
1 bristlenose
1 pleco
2 golden barbs
5 krips
3 danios
2 clown loaches
1 large molly
and lots of bristlnose/pleco babies about to hatch
weekly water change, regular water test
ammonia 0
nitrite0
nitrate10
ph 7.6

need to get a bigger tank as feel this tank is over crowded well not yet but will be when all fish matured .

3rd Tank 30Lt nursery tank
with appox 40 baby bristlenose/ pleco

4th tank just had to buy for poorly molly please read my first post,
so as you can see why i have joined this forum, to be able to get and give advice and talk to like minded people, my husband and i have defiantly got the fish keeping bug.

Kind Regards
Dizzy
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