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Old 12-09-2010
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Hello Everyone from Turkey,

I would like to share my new tank that I've setup 2 months ago and just finished lightening system. I will be very happy to read your comments about my new tank.
Please do not hesitate to tell my wrongs and rights.
Thanks alot,

Main Tank Size(cm): 200 X 70 X 70 h
Capacity (litres): 980 lt

Sump Size(cm): 120 X 60 X 55 h
Capacity (litre): 396 lt

Total Capacity
= 355g =1346Litres

Live Animals:
21 F1 Tropheus Moori İlangi

Technical Utilities

* Eheim Compact 5000
* Eheim Jager 300 Wt Heater
* 3 X Digital thermometer
* Seachem Amonia Alert
* Digital Ph analyser

Sump Utilities

* 100 X100 5cm Biological Spongle
* Sera fiber
* 8 litres Eheim Substrat Pro
* 4 litres Eheim Ehfi Mech pro

Live Plants

* 1 x Anubias Afzeli
* 1 x Anubias Abgustifolia
* 1 x Anubias heterophylla
* 1 x Anubias Broad Leaf
* 1 x Anubias Barteri
* 2 x Crinum Thainaum


Tank Water Maintanance:
Weekly %30 water change

Lighting:
1 X Hagen Power Glo 120cm 40W
1 X Hagen Aqua Glo 120cm 36W
1 X Slyviana Coral Star 120 cm 36W
2 X Digital Timer

Foods:
OSI Siprulana Flake
OSI Siprulan Nibblers ( tablet )
OSI Siprulana Pallets( pallets) baby
Tropikal Siprulana Super Forte Flake
Tropikal Sipuratabin A ve B tablets
JBL siprulana Flake
Omega One Super Veggie Flake
Omega One Super veggie Pallets
Omega one Green SeaWeed Stick
Hikari Chiclid Excel
Dainichi veggie + color fx baby
NLS Small fish formula
NLS Small Fish Thera + A

Medicines and chemicals :
Sera Aquatan
Sera Nitrivec
Tension Gon
Seachem Safe

Pictures:







Sump Video:
Sump System
Tank Video:
My 355g Tank
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Sargeant your pictures are not showing. They show as broken images when you click on them this is the message:


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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(Gene D @ Dec 9 2010, 05:28 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Thank you for informing.I just edited and corrected the pictures.
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Looks good Sarge. Those fish definitely have plenty of room. Looks like you have a good amount of flow as well.
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These are adult Ilangi right? They looked small in that huge tank... Great Job!!!
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Thanks guys,
Well these are 7 months old fries..
I bought them from my best friend who's Ilangi's were awarded here on DSLR 1st position a while a go on Trophs.com.
I was keeping them in my 300 litres tank but then I bought this new huge tank and moved them here.
They are not adults yet but they started to show their beutiful colors and started to fight in each other

The Flow is good but Im using an extra internal pump to make waves..
Today I add 3 Crinum Thaiunum plants as well.
I'll take some new pictures and share here soon.
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I would say the tank is under served with only 21 fry. I would put in two species of 40 each for that size tank.

Nice tank I wish it's mine.
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<div class='quotetop'>QUOTE(SergeantBugra @ Dec 9 2010, 02:30 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}></div>
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Hello Everyone from Turkey,

I would like to share my new tank that I've setup 2 months ago and just finished lightening system. I will be very happy to read your comments about my new tank.
Please do not hesitate to tell my wrongs and rights.
Thanks alot,

Main Tank Size(cm): 200 X 70 X 70 h
Capacity (litres): 980 lt

Sump Size(cm): 120 X 60 X 55 h
Capacity (litre): 396 lt

Total Capacity
= 355g =1346Litres

Live Animals:
21 F1 Tropheus Moori İlangi

Technical Utilities

* Eheim Compact 5000
* Eheim Jager 300 Wt Heater
* 3 X Digital thermometer
* Seachem Amonia Alert
* Digital Ph analyser

Sump Utilities

* 100 X100 5cm Biological Spongle
* Sera fiber
* 8 litres Eheim Substrat Pro
* 4 litres Eheim Ehfi Mech pro

Live Plants

* 1 x Anubias Afzeli
* 1 x Anubias Abgustifolia
* 1 x Anubias heterophylla
* 1 x Anubias Broad Leaf
* 1 x Anubias Barteri
* 2 x Crinum Thainaum


Tank Water Maintanance:
Weekly %30 water change

Lighting:
1 X Hagen Power Glo 120cm 40W
1 X Hagen Aqua Glo 120cm 36W
1 X Slyviana Coral Star 120 cm 36W
2 X Digital Timer

Foods:
OSI Siprulana Flake
OSI Siprulan Nibblers ( tablet )
OSI Siprulana Pallets( pallets) baby
Tropikal Siprulana Super Forte Flake
Tropikal Sipuratabin A ve B tablets
JBL siprulana Flake
Omega One Super Veggie Flake
Omega One Super veggie Pallets
Omega one Green SeaWeed Stick
Hikari Chiclid Excel
Dainichi veggie + color fx baby
NLS Small fish formula
NLS Small Fish Thera + A

Medicines and chemicals :
Sera Aquatan
Sera Nitrivec
Tension Gon
Seachem Safe

Pictures:







Sump Video:
Sump System
Tank Video:
My 355g Tank[/b]



Very nice setup up keep up the good work
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@kingtroph : Lol Thank you 40 x 2 =80 will be very crowded for this tank .With this amount of fry they will grow fast and longer on their sizes in d future.
@chef : Thanks mate, I m trying my best.
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Here is the new year's new HD quality video of my ilangi tank.
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