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My 4ft planted tank

Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Alasse, Dec 2, 2007.

  1. Alasse

    Alasse New Member

    Since the goldies were rehomed, the tank was pulled down and reset up as a tropical tank

    The tank newly set up in Sept 07

    A few plants added in Oct 07

    Plants & fish added Oct 07

    More plants and fish added late Oct 07

    Tank early Nov 07

    Tank late Nov 07
  2. Alasse

    Alasse New Member

    I just bought new tank *L*, well i put a deposit on it any way...so it wont arrive for a few weeks yet.

    Its a brand new 5ft (313litres). I got it to upgrade my 4ft tank (200litres).

    So all this below....(latest pic of 4ft)


    Will be removed and held while the changeover occurs, looking way forward to the bigger tank, but not the changeover *LOL*

    While i'm awaiting the new tanks arrival, i have to get a new heater & i'm hoping to be able to pick up some new rocks for it, spotted some petrified wood at a shop the other day...looked real neat. Also on the lookout for some unusual driftwood i like.

    The substrate will vary a bit too in the new one...still sand but i want to mix gravel or something in with it..

    Pics to come

    The 4ft will then be for sale (i'd love to keep it, but i really have nowhere to put it *L*)

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