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post #1 of 14 Old 03-03-2012, 02:05 PM Thread Starter
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Hello, PCP here, live in essex, England.

My fish tank is as follows

180l Juwel (probably as common as they come)

It contains

4 Corydoras
10 neon tetras
2 clown loaches
5 rainbow fish
1 thicklipped gourami
7 danio (assorted)
3 small assorted pleco

Going to take a new project soon buy getting 250L oscar tank

PCP
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Hello, PCP here, live in essex, England.

My fish tank is as follows

180l Juwel (probably as common as they come)

It contains

4 Corydoras
10 neon tetras
2 clown loaches
5 rainbow fish
1 thicklipped gourami
7 danio (assorted)
3 small assorted pleco

Going to take a new project soon buy getting 250L oscar tank

PCP

Well, welcome! What type of Rainbows?

Gwen

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Well, welcome! What type of Rainbows?

Gwen
Blue rainbow fish, quite a fantastic colour changing, light reacting breed.

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Blue rainbow fish, quite a fantastic colour changing, light reacting breed.

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Cool. Are they from Australia? Do you have a picture?

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Cool. Are they from Australia? Do you have a picture?

Gwen
Going to have my dinner, down some wine, then get the phone out and start snapping them for you.

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Going to have my dinner, down some wine, then get the phone out and start snapping them for you.

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It's morning here. Enjoy your wine! I'll be having my wine in about 8 hours :)

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It's morning here. Enjoy your wine! I'll be having my wine in about 8 hours :)

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I havent even had my wine yet, but being the bored sunday/dreading monday tart that I am here you go.

Just used the phone so, it sacrificed some quality... To think this is meant to be the best camera that apple have made too... my a**e
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I havent even had my wine yet, but being the bored sunday/dreading monday tart that I am here you go.

Just used the phone so, it sacrificed some quality... To think this is meant to be the best camera that apple have made too... my a**e

That is the fish I was picturing. :) If you were in the states, you'd have a bit longer to enjoy your Sunday before dreaded Monday, LOL.

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That is the fish I was picturing. :) If you were in the states, you'd have a bit longer to enjoy your Sunday before dreaded Monday, LOL.

Gwen
Its a price I am willing to pay

I know its cliche' but I am going to sort out an oscar tank soon. Can not wait.
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hello and welcome.
you're not far from me.

when you set up a new tank,hide an extra
sponge or two behind some decor,that way you have
something seeded for you next filter.
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