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    Herotilapia Multispinosa - Juwel Rio 180

    Discussion in 'AQUATIC DSLR GALLERY' started by JanCichlid, Nov 4, 2018.

    1. JanCichlid

      JanCichlid Feeder Fish

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      After 2 years without a tank, I recently started with a new one.
      A Juwel RIO 180 (180 liter/47,5gallon), set up with some plants, leaves, stones, wood and sand.
      Couple Herotilapia Multispinosa (Rainbow Cichlid) and 12x Hyphessobrycon Erythrostigma (Bleeding Heart Tetra).
      I replaced the internal filterpump, which only had 158gallon volume, to a 264gallon pump.
      Currently im using T5 lightning but the LED lightning is ordered and will arrive next week.
      Im also monitoring my tank with a Seneye Home Kit.

      I would like to add some more fish, but I have no idea which fish yet. So any suggestions are welcome.
      Im also trying to figure out which camera settings for my dslr are the best to take pictures.






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