My Rio 240l

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My Rio 240l

Post by Andy W on 14/3/2012, 20:59



Still a work in progress, needs more plants and fish (and maybe some more wood). Smile

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Re: My Rio 240l

Post by Guest on 14/3/2012, 21:52

nice looking tank mate

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Post by dene.h. on 15/3/2012, 15:48

nice job mate
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Re: My Rio 240l

Post by D13H4RD on 15/3/2012, 16:47

Looks Nice Mate, agree few more plants would look nice Very Happy
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Re: My Rio 240l

Post by NedtheDog on 15/3/2012, 16:57

Looks really good Andy, go with the extra plants!
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Post by timmy74 on 15/3/2012, 21:17

What you got for background mate or is it just clear.

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Re: My Rio 240l

Post by Andy W on 15/3/2012, 21:53

timmy74 wrote:What you got for background mate or is it just clear.

It's one of those photo printed backgrounds, I keep toying with the idea of using black instead.

Yeah I definitely need more plants, going to get some more vallis and amazon swords. The Vallis seems to like the gravel where as the Cabomba grew loads then just fell to bits. :suspect:

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