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 Post subject: New look for my Victorians
PostPosted: Fri Apr 01, 2011 2:28 pm 
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Here is some old pictures of my 250 Liters aquascape:

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and when I change the light:

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and this is change from monday and new rocks that are made DIY way. Is attached to plastic plates 5mm thick which is inserted under the back of the tank reinforcements. I hope you like it.
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 Post subject: Re: New look for my Victorians
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You have a very nice tank, I really like it.

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very nice, it looks really clean and open. I liked your old one too ;)


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looks awesome!!!

i could never get my DIY rocks to look good. they just never turned out right. they always look like popcorn ceiling in weird shapes.


yours look very nice. GJ

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Very nice on both the new and old versions! And even more impressive for doing it yourself!


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looks great


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 Post subject: Re: New look for my Victorians
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Hello Brancinko;
yur tank is awesome, nive rock pile and very well planted but I have something to point out, yur mix of fishes may pause a risk of hybridizing, the sp44"thick skin" has the very bad habit to cross breed with any other haplochromis he lives with; the mix of P.nyererei/ sp44 is a risk, the sp44 with H.latifasciatus is a risk. If it was my tank, I would get rid of the sp44 thick skin and house it in another tank. Too much hybrids of these 2 species( sp44/nyererei) are in the hobby, and if yur fishes cross breed, yu'll never be sure it's not an hybrid.
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