Dimensions: 75 cm (L) x 40 cm (W) x 45 cm (H)
Capacity without substrate: 135 lt (~35.6 g)
Height of the substrate: ~7 cm
Capacity when substrate present: ~110 lt (~29 g)
Type of the substrate: Common aquarium gravel
Woods: Mangrove and DIY woods
Leaves: Oak leaves
Lightning: Double hood. Each hood contains 4*Fujika ~20W E27 Daylight
Filtration: Life Tech 838 (4 ply) and Jebo 825 (3 ply) external filters
Oxigenation: Modified outflow from the external filter
Simulation: Mangrove Forest at the Coast of Guyana
I agree with calmwaters, the tank does look nice... but it does seem that the fish are overcrowded. The angels that you have in there right now look like they are small and will require more room when they get larger.
Thanks for all the comments... Yes, I know the tank is overcrowded... But I am planning to move... That is stopping me from having a very large tank. But I promise, I will have 6 foot tank, if I move to a larger house. :) But I cannot promise that I will have again a tank full of smaller fishes in it. :D I want to keep Geophagus altifrons or Exodons, in my dreams... Then I will move all these fishes and set-up seen on the photos above to my existing (as a South American Medley Aquarium) ~55 g tank... ;)
Wouldnt those leaves need to be removed because they will just rot? Or am I wrong in thinking that?
In the forums, it is always told that the rotten leaves will foul the water and is recommended that we should remove them. But I do not, have never removed any and the water of my aquaria did not get worse. Simply, the rotten leaves fall apart and mixed up with the sand. I observed no unwanted effect, especially in the water chemistry and all my fishes are healthy.