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My 112g

this is my pride and joy. the discus haven't got there colors yet. but the plants are growing fast and I love how its being over taken.


its 18x 20x 60
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no3 12.5
0 for no2, nh3 nh 4

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7 blue turqs
2 yellow plecos
3 blue rams
6 sea

1 pice of drift wood

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the new arangement.

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beautiful discus


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thank you I'm hopen there color will come out more as they get older but the tank is to dark i find. the other tank with the baby blue stones the fish are eligent. but I will weight and see.
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If you bury the bottem of your wood in the sub-strate it would look much better IMHO. But great start, I really like that big piece of wood.

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you need more plants :P

looking good mate like the discus blue dimonds are one of my favs . A heckel or 2 would look good
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yeah i want to put more plants but don't know witch would be good to put in how to possition them and stuff like that. i signed up on hear hoping for help.

also how do you fasen the wood onto sleight?
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you mean slate?

Just put a couple of screws through it.

It may be good to go down to your local hardware store and get a strip of metal with two screw holes in either side. I see them around B&Q
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hey everyone I got some new pics of my big tank alot has changed and I hope you like it.
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some more pics hope you enjoy.
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hear are some more and I think final.
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Beautiful fish, very nice lighting! Are those plants plastic????


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