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Doodles

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This is the thread for showing off your tanks.


This is my biggest plec tank, it is 262 Litres. It has 1 tetratec 1200 plus an internal filter.
The inhabitants are

common plec
3 bristlenoses
3 LDA25 pitbull plecs
1 L104 clown plec
2 yoyo loaches
14 harlequin rasbora
4 amano shrimp
lots of Malaysian trumpet snails.

This pic wasn't long after setting up but it hasn't really changed.

 

Lagonein

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This is the picture of my 80g community tank.

Filter: Overhang built-in filter connected to 2 powerheads with the turnover rate of 1500LPH each.3 airpowered sponge filters.
inhabitants:
1 L330
1 L014
1 L204
2 L56
1 L230
1 parrotfish
1 ropefish
7 kuhli loaches
6 dwarf rainbow
1 panda garra
1 siamese fighter

I also have a wave-maker with the turnover rate of 5,000LPH(strong stuff) to push all the craps towards the filter intakes

2nd!! woot!
 
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Stan

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Shenzhen, China
Here's my 100 litre baby tank currently with 1 3" chocolate, 4 tiny pepper cory fry, 1 betta, and a clawed frog growing to feed my bichir.

 

johnny70

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My planted Rio180

Standard; 2x30w lighting
Flitration; 1500 LPH Juwel Internal, Fluval 305, Koralia 2 powerhead
Heating; standard Juwel 200w
Substrate; TetraPlant Complete and Silica Sand
Hardscape; Ocean Rock, Mopani/Bog/Redmoor Wood
Plants; too many to mention:dk:
Fish; Lots, too many to mention, inc, BN's, L190 Royal:love::love: Mystery Hypan!





 

Stan

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Shenzhen, China
My planted Rio180

Standard; 2x30w lighting
Flitration; 1500 LPH Juwel Internal, Fluval 305, Koralia 2 powerhead
Heating; standard Juwel 200w
Substrate; TetraPlant Complete and Silica Sand
Hardscape; Ocean Rock, Mopani/Bog/Redmoor Wood
Plants; too many to mention:dk:
Fish; Lots, too many to mention, inc, BN's, L190 Royal:love::love: Mystery Hypan!





Very nice!, do you use CO2?
 

johnny70

Technical Support Team
My other 180

Standard; 2x30w lighting
Flitration; 1500 LPH Juwel Internal, Fluval 405, Koralia 1 powerhead
Heating; standard Juwel 200w
Substrate; TetraPlant Complete and Silica Sand
Hardscape; Ocean Rock, Bog/Redmoor Wood
Plants; too many to mention
Fish; Lots, too many to mention, inc, BN's, L027c, L330, L262, L088's, L091







 

st24rsap

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Heres a few pics of my tanks

L411 tank


L046 tank


L066 tank


L262 tank


Tank rack


theres a few more tanks in the collection but no photos
 

scatz

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Loving the rio's mate, looking good, the 300 is looking smaller now the geo's and tetras have grown a lot, the 180 looks the dogs doodahs.

Where are the fish in the first tank?
lol
 

Scrapman53

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Some great tanks here. :clap:

Here's my 300 Litre tank.

Lighting; 1x25w tube
Flitration; Tetratec EX1200
Heating; 300w crappy Elite heater. (Changing it nearer winter time)
Substrate; Brown Silica Sand
Hardscape; Bogwood and Redmoor Wood
Plants; Crinum Thaianum, Anubias Bartei Nana, Java Fern
Fish; 8x Bleeding Heart Tetras. 4x Geophagus Tapajos Redheads. 2x Cory Adolfoi. 1x Cory Aenus Bronze. 1x L310 Rusty Plec. 1x L017 Flathead Plec.

 

FF MkII

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Those geos are stunning scrap! mine need to grow up quick, it looks like you have quite stained water.......i like it.

Cheers Bri, i just took those pics before i posted em. I Think i might move that monster cave out of there. its 30cm long so you can imagine how big it is lol