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Name: Greece Setup

Size/Category 150-Gallon Freshwater

Type: Glass

Shape: Long

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Lighting: 2- 24" Power Glo -- will be changing

Filtration: Fluval FX-5

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Other Accessories: 2 air stones
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AWESOME!!!
GREAT SETUP!!! HERE'S A VOTE!!!!

Come visit me, The Auglaize river, The Maumee river, The Little Auglaize river & The Ottawa river.

05/25/2008 07:42.12 AM Report This Comment
Very nice !!!
Low growing moss, and plants that look like trees would be cool. Reading the comments at many online shops also could help.

Come visit me, mindnova02 & mindnova.

03/09/2008 08:21.15 AM Report This Comment
Howdy
Wow...awesome set up! I definitely recommend some live plants. They add natural color to the tank. Consider having an angel fish. 1 or 2 would look great in your tank. Enjoy the vote.

Come visit me, Coonster.

03/06/2008 10:59.06 PM Report This Comment
Spike here
Heres a vote.Yeah he has the whole thing to himself.I was gona but him in my new setup.Balloon Fantasy but mom and dad said if I want to have the water brackish then he couldn't go in there.I think he likes it all to himself anyway.Take care now.See ya.

shannon, Temple, PA.

03/05/2008 03:08.34 PM Report This Comment
Nice Tank
I like your tank. What type of fish are you thinking about? Here's a vote.

Come visit me, fishmama4.

03/05/2008 07:08.02 AM Report This Comment
Loachy here
Stopping by to say hi and heres a vote for you.Very cool setup.Hope you make alot of friends and have alot of fun here.See ya

shannon, Temple, PA.

03/02/2008 06:45.43 AM Report This Comment
great start-up
And welcome to the club

Come visit me, kklopping.

02/29/2008 02:12.41 PM Report This Comment
Hi
Nice setup. When you get your plants, be sure to get the snails off of them. They could cause a problem, unless you get a fish in your community tank that likes to eat them.

Come visit me, Lily of the Deep, Lily of the Deep 2 & Lily Of The Deep 3.

02/29/2008 01:44.41 PM Report This Comment
Hey
Welcome to Fish Channel. I'm new on here,too. I saw you don't have any fish in your tank, and want to know about real plants. Well, I don't have real plants either (just plastic ones), but I think I could help you. If you really want live plants, I suggest going to an all-fish store and asking someone who really knows that stuff. I think I read somewhere that a plant called hygrophila or something like that is a really nice and hardy plant, and so is hairgrass, floating plants, and some other stuff like that. But I also read that live plants require more and special lighting, carbon stuff, phosphorus, and trimming every so often. I have fake plants, but they look surprisingly real because they got a coating or something on them that makes them look real. Sorry i couldn't be of more help, but I know about as much as you do!

Come visit me, Dwarf Gourami Lover, Tiny Goldfish Tank, In Memory of Crayon, Pumpkinseed & Platy Plague!.

02/28/2008 01:16.41 PM Report This Comment
hello
Welcome to the club and happy fish keeping!!

Come visit me, Great White's Cichlid Tank, Great Whites GoldFish Pond, Patio Pond & Great White's AngelFish Tank.

02/28/2008 07:22.12 AM Report This Comment
Just setting up... Any ideas?
Hey first time online with my tanks. I have recently moved a very long distance and have not had the pleasure of setting up my big tank. I'm currently looking for a community tank, with live plants. As of last night, I just filled it, checking for leaks with my piping. This is important because my tank has the inputs and outputs going through the bottom of the tank. Bought it that way from a grocery store going out of business (was a hell of a steal!!) I had African Cichlids in it before I moved. I had them for about 4 years, and ended up giving them to a friend who owns a pet store. So I'm certain they are in a good home. Anyways... this time I don't want cichlids... lol.. I was thinking more along the lines of a community tank: tetras, gouramis, perhaps some fish eels, not really sure what else. I would love to have lots of colour, (again I don't want cichlids).

I have never had real plants either. Every time I tried my cichlids dug them up and ate the roots... So I'm a real novice when it comes to what types are out there, and what types are a pain, and those that go crazy.. I'm sure you get the idea.. Perhaps you can bestow some of that wonderful knowledge upon myself. I've tried reading some of the forum articles, but I'm not much of a latin names guy... and get lost in all the big words... LOL

Come visit me, Greece Setup & Livingroom Beauty.

02/28/2008 03:12.19 AM Report This Comment
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