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Post by dev2112 on 3/10/2011, 19:50

hi folks
just a thread to show you what im keeping at present well in the living room tank bought a month or two ago from nd aquatics 72"x24"x24".been set up a while now and have added various cichlid and catfish ive been growing on and some dithers.not really done much decor wise till today so ive added some cobbles and beech branches and the sand is swimming pool filter sand.very happy with what i got done today but still a work in progress. heres a few pics.
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p.s how the hell do ya add pics on here.

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Post by Ian on 3/10/2011, 19:55

do you use photo bucket

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Post by k3vinjam3s on 3/10/2011, 21:02

how many red head geos you got there? my fave south amarican cichid. i have one as i lost two to bad internal parasites looking for 2 more that size.
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Post by Ian on 3/10/2011, 21:07

LOOKING GREAT MATE its really coming on now and i love them bigones

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Post by dev2112 on 4/10/2011, 10:25

thx guys.ive got a reverse trio of red head geo's in the main a breeding pair plus spare male.ive also got 2 youngsters about 3" in another tank and 2 spare adults 1 male the other im unsure on.how comes cichlid is spelt wrong all over this site lol.
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Post by k3vinjam3s on 4/10/2011, 17:37

dev2112 wrote:thx guys.ive got a reverse trio of red head geo's in the main a breeding pair plus spare male.ive also got 2 youngsters about 3" in another tank and 2 spare adults 1 male the other im unsure on.how comes cichlid is spelt wrong all over this site lol.
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im looking for another 2 for my discus set up, where did you get yours?
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Post by dev2112 on 4/10/2011, 20:02

hi kev i got mine from a m8 a bit back.i do have 2 spare 4" ones that are surplus but bit of a trek for you.

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Post by dev2112 on 4/10/2011, 20:26

heres a couple of pics of the tank mates.the first pic is my new male red head geo he came as a breeding pair and is much nicer than the one already in there so ive put the pair in the living room tank rather than tucked away upstairs.the last pic is the other male geo ive grown on since a youngster.
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Post by carpguru on 5/10/2011, 11:26

dev2112 wrote:here's a couple of pics of the tank mates.the first pic is my new male red head geo he came as a breeding pair and is much nicer than the one already in there so I've put the pair in the living room tank rather than tucked away upstairs.the last pic is the other male geo ive grown on since a youngster.
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dev oustanding looking tank mate
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Post by dev2112 on 5/10/2011, 12:36

thank you very much biffster m8.ive put a bit of time into it this week and must admit its looking nice.decor and lookswise i could only use what i had at hand so can now see what is needed for the 2nd phase of the aquascaping.the final stocking keeps changing too looking at it but im getting there.
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Post by Ian on 5/10/2011, 12:39

dev you should put a topic in tank busters about your big chichlids that would be good idea i love them

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Post by dev2112 on 5/10/2011, 12:47

tbh i dont see that ive got any tank busters lol maybe the pearsei when full grown.which do you mean mick the temporalis i could do a seperate thread as ive plenty of pics of them developing.

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Post by Ian on 5/10/2011, 12:52

yep that would be good are they the big pink ones im bad on names now adays

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Post by mrsbiffster on 17/11/2011, 01:39

Nice setup you've got there. I was reading in PFK on a similar setup for an amazon aquascape.

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Post by Fish dude on 8/3/2012, 08:23

Beutifull setup and fish m8
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Post by NedtheDog on 8/3/2012, 13:26

Really good looking set up Dev, plus excellent fish, credit to you mate.
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