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Kamila MasiakCapacity: 120 Litres
120l Player tropical tank. ADA Amazonia soli Power Led Light,co2,plant food...lots of different type of plants mosses and new bucephalandra.
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Current Top 3
Here are the current top 3 in this month's vote, in no particular order.
Alan BartonCapacity: 681 Litres
Hi there here is my lovely tank which has lots of open space but still has a planted corner and plenty of hiding places for the more timid fish.
My clown coaches love to hide between there tripod tubes the plants and the shipwreck and plant pot. I have a range of fish
7 clown loach
2 oscar cichlids
1 hero severum cichlid
2 convict cichlids
2 Ellioti cichlids
3 blood red parrot fish
All run and filtered by the mighty fluval fx6
Colin QuilliamCapacity: 422 Litres
My new 6ft long tank. Set up 12 Sept 2018.
60kg of phylite stone, i wanted to create a mix of styles here with woodland paths, trees and Iwagumi stone placement. Substrate was ADA aquasoil (amazonia). The rootwood was cut up and re-attached to create a tree effect. Various types of moss has been added to give an aged look and a lush green carpet of monte carlo.
Gareth HarleCapacity: 34 Litres
The tank is a Fluval Flex 34L tank. It's a well planted tank with some hardcore as a centrepiece. The tank has only a few occupants due to it's small size. I have two Amano Shrimp, 3 Endler Guppys, 2 Otocinclus and two Panda Corys.
All the filter, media and heater are nicely tucked away at the rear compartment. I have added a simple Tetra CO2 Kit to help the plants along. The airstone and light both sit on a timer switch to control how much oxygen and light the tank gets. It sits quite well in my study.