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alto

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Not to detract from the scape :)

but some fish considerations :oops:

Aquarium: Cube Garden W60×D30×H36(cm)
For this size of tank, Parambassis lala would seem a more suitable fish size
(P lala 3-4cm vs P ranga 8cm - occasionally P lala does ship in as P ranga )

Same for the Ctenops nobilis which are suggested for 120cm minimum tank length (re aggressive behaviour as they mature)
 

Tim Harrison

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Not to detract from the scape :)

but some fish considerations :oops:

For this size of tank, Parambassis lala would seem a more suitable fish size
(P lala 3-4cm vs P ranga 8cm - occasionally P lala does ship in as P ranga)
I agree alto. These fish have always fascinated me ever since I first got in to fish keeping about a 100 years ago, it's one of the reasons this tank caught my eye. I think they were classified as genus Chanda back then.
 

zozo

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Indeed fascinating fish.. They also caught my eye a few years back for my asian themed scape.
I actualy don't realy remember but i think they didn't come cheap. And grow to big for my tank.. All tho regularly available from the importer not a fish to find easily in the lfs. And i'm always reluctand to order lifestock i have no experience with or never seen for real.

https://www.ruinemans.com/en-GB/8012/indian-glass-perch.html
 

CooKieS

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Nice scape but too many and inadéquate fishes...well, that's how Ada get their po4 to feed épiphytes...:D
 
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