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leonardo mata 04-30-2008 09:12 PM

hi!!!
 
my name its leonardo, im from costa rica!!! (sorry for my english :oops: ), i have 20 years old and 7 year in this hobby...

i send this post asking for help... i have an 27inches pangasius, in 250 US gal, this is my fish
http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...DSCF0008-1.jpg

http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...4/DSCF0006.jpg

http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...DSCF0010-1.jpg
i already complete mi fish tank i nean "filtraition" (i show you later...)
and i wanna make an biotype for it... i look for asian species... but i need some pictures... someone have something like that? i need info about decoration and those thinks

i really want to complete this idea becose in costa rica a lot of people have amazon or african ciclids(both lakes) but nobody have a proyect like this.... so... if i can help in something just tell me!!!
I live in a tropical land and we have a lot of native species of ciclids and catfishes!!!

THANKS FOR THE HELP!!!... and i apologyse again for my english!!!

iamntbatman 04-30-2008 09:44 PM

That's one giant fish. Unfortunately I don't know of any other fish from that particular region (other than species similar to your catfish) that are big enough to not get eaten. I'm sure others on this forum will have good recommendations, though.

Quick edit: Looking at those pictures, you don't seem to have a heater. Lucky you to live in an area where your tank will pretty much stay at perfect tropical temperatures!

leonardo mata 04-30-2008 09:53 PM

yes!!!
 
thats true!! my tank its a 75.2 F!!! and about the size of the tink of be eaten, dont need to worry... i put some 10 barbs of 1/2inch in the tank... 2 months ago and they still there!!!! jejejeje!!!! thanks for your help!!!


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