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Old 01-30-2013
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Hi there!

I am new to this site, but not new regarding keeping Trophs. I've been reading along for quite some time, and decided to join te fun and show you my fish and tank. It;s also a good practice to keep my English skills up to date!

I have a 2 meter tank, 65 centimers in depth, and 60 centimeters in hight. Good for about 700 liters...

It houses about 30 Moliro's, 3 Eretmodus, and 5 Synodontis Petricola...

Hope you enjoy my pics!







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Looks nice! And welcome
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Very nice set-up. That is a great background too! Also, nice fish. I really like moliros. I'm thinking of getting some again. I had a group that almost all died from bloat. I was travelling a lot then, so I didn't catch it in time. Probably my saddest moment in this hobby. I have some great fish now, but I always want more. Nice job with your tank!
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Nice clean setup! Awesome trophs as well.
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I love that setup, is it under something? like a stair case. Anyhow is very nice
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very nice set up...
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Awesome setup!
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Thank you all for your kind words!
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Very nice set-up! What are you using for filtration?

Where are you hiding the Kaskalawe?
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The Kasakalawe have left te building. Still regret getting rid of those guys! They were truely beautiful.

For the filtration I use a Eheim 2080 (1700 liter per hour) and a Juwel internal filter (1500 liter per hour)

For flow I have placed a Hydor wich moves about 4500 liters an hour! My fish love to play the currents created by this combination.

And, yes, this tank is placed under a staircase.
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