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Old 02-12-16, 08:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My 75g aquarium

75gal. Few tetras, cories,pictus catfish, one rainbow shark, one bristlenose pleco,
2 gourami, one dojo loach with a few snails.
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Re: My 75g aquarium

Why do youhave white in part of the bottom?
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To mix it up, I've had a few differant substrates in there. Currently it's separated with driftwood.
This last time I went with white silica sand on the left amd gravel on the right.
My pictus prefer the sand I've noticed along with the tetras. The loach and others tend to stay I gravel.
I had all white silica in once before and it quickly became over run with detritus even with weekly water/ sand siphoning.
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That is very nifty!


How did you get it like that?
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that is beautiful!
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Re: My 75g aquarium

I have to admit that is a way nicer setup then I ever did. Any pictures of the dojo loach? They are interesting to watch at times.

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Cool set up

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Cool set up. I miss having an aquarium. Been debating getting one around that size.
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Very nice!! I love aquariums I have had all sorts of them over my lifetime. Your tank look great!!
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