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well almost cube - 50*50*60cm
1*150w 5200k
2*24w t5 6500k
my personal blend of ferts




the gentle giant l260

i intend to dump all the backgroung plants and replace them with r. sp. green (i have only a few stems for now and spread a few red poligonum inside the green - what do u think?
 

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Nice wild growth. Are you using a light system similar to Amano's? Can you tell me what the blue tetras are(any chane they're Ulreys)? And in the third picture, what is the whitest fish farthest to the left?
 

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1.as fishfry said, im from israel and im going to use skylsdale idea but waiting for the rotala sp. green to take over.
i got the nirita sp. or whatever its name (they called it in the lfs tiger snail) from a local shop that imported it from singapore a few years ago. i think now its illigal to import them like dart frogs and other amphibians.
if someone can help me with tips how to breed them i can send u the babies.

2. its a 150L or about 40G. the pleco is hypancistrus sp. queen arabesque L260 and its maximum size.

3. the glosso overtake the front in about a month or so - i didnt have the time to trim it and now its about 2.5" tall
4. raul the 150w hqi is arcadia fixture with a regular 5200k bulb i got from electric shop. the T5 are sylvania 860*24w*2 i got from electric shop also - total of 198w.
the blue tetras are neon is parachirodon simulans (green or blue neon) - beautiful small fish, his blue is much brighter then the blue on the inessi or the cardinal tetra. the last fish is Hemiodus gracillis. other fish are nanostomus beckfordi,red phantom tetras and otocinclus affinis
 

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The snails (family Neritidae) are very common in Sweden, I've seen them in most fish stores in my area and got 4 of them myself.

I bought them as Neritodryas Dubia, but I find that they are more similar in coloration to the Vittina Coromandeliana.

Here is a great list of the Neritidae family http://conchology.com.ne.kr/main/Neritidae/Neritidae.htm
 
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