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Aquarium Size: 240
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240 litre Fluval Roma - South American theme

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Suse's planted Roma 240 litre What's happening in your Aquarium?
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Thought I'd better update my log after all the activity on the Biotope thread!!

I now have a South American, vaguely Amazonian themed tank with the following stock:

- Fish: 40 neon tetras, 8 albino corydoras, 6 otocinclus and 2 Bolivian rams
- Plants: Amazon swords (Echinodorus Bleheri), sagittarius subulata, Alternanthera spp (Reineckii pink and Rosaefolia) and Brazilian pennywort (Hydrocotyle leucocephala).

My honey gourami and harlequins went to a nice guy who was stocking the same size tank as I have, and only had cories and a plec so far. They are doing really well with him. I also gave him all my cryptocorynes, masses of java fern and anubias. So basically half my tank...! He was very happy.

I am really loving the move towards everything being from a single part of the world. Funny how the bug just suddenly bit me.

The Bolivian rams have only been in for 2 hours but have already coloured up pretty nicely. They are exploring the tank together and seem inseparable. I am pretty confident I picked out a M/F from the vents - fingers crossed they will pair up or at least stay on good terms.

By the way, Abyss Aquatics (where I got them) have some great fish in stock and quite reasonably priced at the moment - Adolfoi cories for £4 each and even cheaper in a bundle deal, panda cories 5 for £11, and the most beautiful sunset endlers (orange/red shaded) and dwarf gourami I've ever seen. Shame some of the staff are a bit set in their (wrong) views - best to do your own research first... (Some are brilliant though).