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    Update on the 180G

    So I made some changes to my 180G. The sand came from Aquarica Tropical. I switched my lighting around as well. Let me know your thoughts.


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    That is looking very sharp. If you need anything just give us a shout.

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    Looks great. I'm a huge Oscar fan and long time keeper. That lutino really is popping for sure! Awesome!


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    looking good. I would consider putting a background on her just to hide some wires, etc.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by jmunroe Click here to enlarge
    Looks great. I'm a huge Oscar fan and long time keeper. That lutino really is popping for sure! Awesome!


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    I'm fairly new to oscars myself. They are fun though. They don't like the girlfriend that much haha. She tries to feed them and they go away. She isn't used to that. I told her she just needs to feed them more often for them to get used to her.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by []V[]addog Click here to enlarge
    looking good. I would consider putting a background on her just to hide some wires, etc.
    The original owner of the tank painted the background white. I wanted to change that but it didn't fall in the cards. Too hard to remove the white now.

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    Gorgeous fish and a beautiful tank. The contrast between dark surroundings and brighter fish is perfect. The restrained lighting also sets a lovely mysterious mood. I like the chunky spider roots as well. Wonderful!

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