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Old 09-24-2011, 04:49 PM   #1
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Hi my real name is James and i live in the UK. I currently have two aquariums, a 4 foot planted set up and a five foot oddball tank. I have kept fish for over twenty five years and have kept loads of different fish but i am still learning loads,there is so much to learn and so many fish to keep Look forward to making new friends on here and helping out where i can
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Welcome! Any pics of your current tanks? What kind of fish do you have? Just curious!
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Old 10-01-2011, 05:33 PM   #7
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Hi thanks for the warm welcome. i currently have two fish tanks. A four foot planted tank,my first proper attempt at a planted tank and all is going well at the moment maybe a little to well. Stocking is 10 rummynoses, 6 ember tetras,5 honey gouramis, 2 checker barbs and 6 panda cories. Also a few cherry shrimps.
Five footer :- 3 geophagus Jurapi, 3 liver cats {Heteropneustes fossilis} a single polypterus delhizi and numerous B/Ns and a single syno.
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Hi thanks for the warm welcome. i currently have two fish tanks. A four foot planted tank,my first proper attempt at a planted tank and all is going well at the moment maybe a little to well. Stocking is 10 rummynoses, 6 ember tetras,5 honey gouramis, 2 checker barbs and 6 panda cories. Also a few cherry shrimps.
Five footer :- 3 geophagus Jurapi, 3 liver cats {Heteropneustes fossilis} a single polypterus delhizi and numerous B/Ns and a single syno.
Um photo's i shall see if i can get any on
Nice tanks! They look amazing
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