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Old 04-11-2015
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Here is my 90 gallon its a 4 footer I keep it in the garage. I haven't posted any full tank shots or video of it until now... It is home to 12 F1 Ilangi and a pair of WC Spathodus erythrodon, I recently added 4 juvie dubs (the ones from my "clamped fins" thread) and 5 syno lucipinnis.

I've had the Ilangi since March 1st 2014 they were only .5" when I got them. I don't know the ratio as I have not vented and haven't seen any breeding activity yet... I feel the tank is too small for the trophs. I wonder if they would show better color and start spawning in a longer tank?


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Looks like you have a nice small Ilangi colony there. I like the gobies too. We can trade fry if we can get them to breed... :-)
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Nice when i looked at the video i feel the tank is to small for them too.
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Nice when i looked at the video i feel the tank is to small for them too.
Maybe too much rock-work? I'm wondering if taking out the tall piece on the left would allow them to feel not so cramped?
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Yeah that would help
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