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Old 02-03-2011, 11:34 AM   #21
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I love the neat set-up..!!
Thanks for sharing.
Cheers mate..!!
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Old 02-03-2011, 08:12 PM   #22
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Wa, very nice set up. Make the tank abit more messy look more natural.
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Old 05-03-2011, 01:49 PM   #23
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Big tank u got bro ... NICE !
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Old 05-03-2011, 02:03 PM   #24
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wow! wish i can have such a big tank which is ideal for tanga fishes.
Nice & neat set-up, thanx for sharing.
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Old 07-03-2011, 09:36 PM   #25
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[QUOTE=keithtang;8301313]Wa, very nice set up. Make the tank abit more messy look more natural.[/QUOTE]

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yea too neat already.. but overall a neat and nice setup what are the specs? tank size? as in width and height? filtration? fishes?
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I find the deco too well arranged, lack the natural feel. But those are 2 massive shells you got there!
Bro, just logged on and saw your thread. You are very fortunate to have a 6feet tank. Envy of many bros here. On top of what the other bros have commented, just adding my humble 2 cents worth. I tend to agree with them. It is too neat and lacks the natural feel. Could be you have too much of the small black pebbles. You need to go to the landscaping nurserys and get a few large smooth round boulders and replace those pebbles. The shells are awesome - should maximize the display value by disarranging them. Get a few altos -golden head, black and white. They would just love those shells you have. Expose more of the gravel and half bury many of those stones.

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my tank is 6x2x2 running on 1 x 6ft ohf (4500l/h) and 1 x 3ft ohf (2500l/h).

currently have fronts, malawis, tropheus moori, firefox, ikola, lelupis
Danger signal bro - if you want nice long trailers for your fornts then watch out for the tropheus. They love to nip the fins of the fronts. Several bros learnt the lesson the gard way including myself. As mentioned earlier you need to select the right mix tropheus dont do well with fronts. Better cyprochromis, calvus and altos, even the small multis are fine. You did ask for views - so contributing my small opinion. Take care and welcome to the forum bro.!
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