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Molinious 12-08-2012 04:25 PM

Yet another AQUARIUM bought
 
I have gone and bought a 5th aquarium, its 48" x 24" x 24". What would you put i it

Molinious 12-08-2012 08:26 PM

What i didnt mention is i already have a 140ltr corner aquarium, 2 x 48" x 12" x 15" and a 36" x 12" x 15" so its number 5!!!! Its becoming an addiction

Byron 12-09-2012 07:05 PM

Mentioning your tap water parameters may help others suggest communities. And, are you partial to any particular fish or theme? It is easier to find fish to go in a tank when one knows the environment, such as a small river, lake, flooded forest, pond, etc.

Byron.

Molinious 12-09-2012 07:30 PM

Water is p.h 7.2 kh 10 gh 16. It is a completely blank page im open to ANY suggestions apart from marine, i dont have so much spare tiem for the vast amounts of maintainance needed

Byron 12-09-2012 07:57 PM

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Originally Posted by Molinious (Post 1343383)
Water is p.h 7.2 kh 10 gh 16. It is a completely blank page im open to ANY suggestions apart from marine, i dont have so much spare tiem for the vast amounts of maintainance needed

This sound wonderful for rainbowfish, the larger like Boeseman Rainbowfish in the profiles. Or Central American cichlids, a group of some of the "freindlier" species, several in the profiles. Livebearers obviously with that water. Rift lake cichlids if you're into those.

With the rainbow and/or livebearers, a small river aquascape would be lovely in that space. Fine gravel, rounded pebbles (river rock) of varying size, a few chunks of wood.

Byron.

twocents 12-10-2012 01:49 PM

Maybe try some other type of rainbowfish..
go look at oddballfish.com
they have a bunch of interesting species there
how about blue eyed forktails??


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