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Old 08-17-2005, 04:39 PM   #1
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ideas on my river tank

im going to cut come dividers in half and put them on both ends of the tank slanting right. on the left im going to put my powerhead pointed a lil up and right and have the intake on the other side behind the divider. inbetween the dividers is going to be some sand and then under the sand is going to be the pvc thats going to connect the powerhead to the sponge

im thinking on something like rasboras of some sort, dwarf cories, cories, and some hillstream loaches. oh and im going to try and get a 20-30 gallon for this (thinking about a 20 long)
any ideas?
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oh and some otos and maybe some shrimp
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Tetras might make a good addition. I like the True Rummynose Tetras myself...
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ive heard the true rummies die real easy, i think their wild caught or somthing like that. i dunno if i can get the true rummies around here 2. but ill look
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They are just real sensitive to water conditions.

Alot of people use them as a water quality indicator, the duller the red head the poorer the water conditions.
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