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    Default 55g new aquascape

    Not the best quality pics, but you can see pretty well... I'll work on better pics.
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    Nice, I like the re-work Are the vals real?

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    Looks great! I love your background, too. It compliments the rock formations nicely.
    I was wondering, though - the last picture: you have that fishing rod on the right with a plastic worm in case a net fails to scoop some fishy out?
    They should be living in a constant state of terror looking at any fishing equipment.
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    125g: Cyphotilapia frontosa
    72g BF: Labidochromis caeruleus, Iodotropheus sprengerae, Pseudotropheus sp. "Acei" (Msuli), Pseudotropheus cyaneorhabdos (Maingano), Metriaclima estherae

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    deffinately an improvement!!..looks great

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    Quote Originally Posted by DogWalker View Post
    Nice, I like the re-work Are the vals real?
    They are fake, but look great! I have a nice current in my tank and these have very nice movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DoctorV View Post
    Looks great! I love your background, too. It compliments the rock formations nicely.
    I was wondering, though - the last picture: you have that fishing rod on the right with a plastic worm in case a net fails to scoop some fishy out?
    They should be living in a constant state of terror looking at any fishing equipment.
    Val
    LOL The rod is there to keep them from acting like they are starved when I have company over.....

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    125g: Cyphotilapia frontosa
    72g BF: Labidochromis caeruleus, Iodotropheus sprengerae, Pseudotropheus sp. "Acei" (Msuli), Pseudotropheus cyaneorhabdos (Maingano), Metriaclima estherae

    "The lyfe so short, the craft so long to lerne..." Geoffrey Chaucer
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    Whats up with the white circle on the bottom right of the tank? Just curious. I have never seen that before. Wondering if it has a purpose.

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    Great tank, definitely nailed it with the rescape.

    Looks like a pvc cave.

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    it is a pvc cave, with a 3" opening against the glass and an 1 1/2" opening at the top. they like it, but i took it out with my last aquascape. still similar just a lil less dense.

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    looks great!!
    150 gal w/30 gal sump 1300gph
    2 sub with sponge filter 300gph each
    stock:
    1 M Auloncara German red 6inch
    1 M Auloncara Nagara flaim tail 5 inch
    1 M Auloncara Maleri(Chipoka)sunshine 5inch
    1 M Auloncara Lemon Jake(undu reef) 4 inch
    1 M Auloncara Strawberry Peacock 5 inch
    1 M Auloncara Gold peacock(hybred) 3 inch
    1 M Auloncara Eureka 2 inch
    1 F Dimidiochromis compressiceps 3.5 inch
    2 C. moori 1M/1F 5.5 and 4 inch
    1 M Nimbochromis venustus 6 inch
    1 M Placidochromis milomo VC-10 6 inch
    1 M Sciaenochromis fryeri 4 inch
    1 M Sciaenochromis fryeri (hybred) 4 inch
    4 2M/2F Labidochromis caeruleus (Lion's Cove I) 3 inch/2inch
    1 M Metriaclima sp. "Zebra Blue" Blueberry 3 inch
    1 M Ps. demasoni (Pombo Rocks) 2.5 inch
    1 F Metriaclima lombardoi 3.5 inch
    2M/2F Hemichromis lifalili (Blood Red jewel) 3 inch

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