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My 110 gallon tank

Hi,
I thought I would try to post some pics of my 110 gallon. This is my first tank ever. I got alot of information and advise from you guys. My setup is as follows...
110G, 2 eheim canisters, retrofit Icecap T5HO 4x54 watts, no co2 as of yet, ecocomplete substrate.
The fish are...
The ones I cycled with..10 zebra danios, 2 gold gouramis, 2 paradise fish
Now i Have slowly added the folowing as well...
10 rummy nose tetras, 10 harlequin rasboras, 4 ottos, 1 clown pleco, 2 unidentified corys (fish store said panda corys but I dont think so), 2 botia loaches, 4 true SAEs (I am pretty sure), 3 amano shrimp (so far not being eaten)
Thanks to all the information on this site I have had no deaths except for 1 otto that died the morning after I bought him. I will try to post more pictures soon after I figure how to take good fish pictures.






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Lookin pretty good!

Can we get a FTS? (full tank shot)





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I like it! Great job on your first tank!

Reminds me of a mangrove. Your Oto looks like she's gonna pop!


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I love how the wood/roots run into the canopy. And yes, those are true SAE's.

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32g tall eclipse3, fluval403, with a handful of bristlenose plecs.
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Wow what an incredible job!

I agree- the tree roots do make it look like a mangrove swamp!





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So glad to finally see someone with the same tank as me! No one ever goes for tall planted tanks. Those root like branches are truly unique.

Got any updates for us?

110 Tall in progress!


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Absolutely beautiful! I could stare at that all day if it were in my living room!


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