Yeah, ditto on the background right now, though you may not need it when you get the rest of your plants in there. Keep in mind also that hillstream loaches have different requirements than many of your other fish. They require much higher level of oxygen in the water, considering their natural habitat, and usually require cooler water to help achieve this. Also since almost all are wild caught, they don't always adapt well to many foods. That tank will look WICKED when you get those plants in. I love big planted tanks.
4/26/2012, lost the finest man. Rest easy Pops...
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180g, Fluval FX5, 404, 128watts t-8, low tech, heavily planted, with Albino and reg bristlenose plecs, Congo tetras, Amanos, a herd of Corydoras Sterbai, Boesmanis, a big old common plec, & Otos. 32g tall eclipse3, fluval403, with a handful of bristlenose plecs.
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