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55g African Peacock Tank

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquariums & Fish Photos' started by Ben, May 16, 2011.

  1. Ben

    Ben Thread Starter New Member

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    Sorry about the quality of the pictures it is a crappy camera in my opinion.

    This is the tank in it's current state.
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    Hap Insignis
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    Venustus
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    Sunburst and he is the boss of the tank right now.
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    Not sure what these are other than hybrids.
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    The other sunburst.
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    Unfortunately this OB kicked the bucket. Still trying to get an Id on the other fish in the picture.
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    My synodontis playing peekaboo.
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    Will try to get some better pictures posted eventually
     
  2. buzz4520

    buzz4520 Well-Known Member

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    fish and tank looks good. i need to get some rocks like that for my mbuna tank.
     
  3. Ben

    Ben Thread Starter New Member

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    The rocks are lace rock which helps buffer the ph. Very easy to create caves with it I love the stuff.