Tank: Akva-Stabil Effect line 720, with Effect-line cabinet with doors clad in aluminium. Volume: 720 Litre., measures 2000 mm x 600 mm x 60 mm. Filtration: Eheim Pro 3e 2078 + Eheim Pro 3 2075, with JBL piping, (waiting for JBL baskets). Heating: 300 Watt Hydor in-line heater, with Dennerle Duomat Evolution controller. CO2: JBL Regulator & Magnetic Shut Off Valve, with Dennerle Evolution PH controller, fed from 2 KG CO2 bottles to in-line Aquamas CO2 reactor. Lighting: 4 x D+D T5 Razor Light Twin 2 x 39 Watt, with Giesemann Powerchrome Midday 6000 and Aquaflora bulbs. Circulation: Tunze Nanostream 6045. Substrate: 120 litres of ADA Aquasoil Amazonia. Tank decor: 33 KG of Mountain Rock, and 5 pieces of Borneowild Driftwood from Aqua Essentials. Plants: Aponogeton Madagascariensis, Blyxa Japonica, Cryptocorne Wendtii 'Tropica', Cryptocorne Undulata 'Broad leaves, Pogestemon Helferi, Proserpinaca Palustris 'Cuba', Taxiphyllum Barbieri Fish: Shoal of Trigonostigma heteromorpha, Ottocinculus, Corydoras sterbai, Caridina japonica, and L046 Hypancistrus Zebra. I decided to move my zebra plecs into my main tank, they seemed soo bored in a breeding tank, (and not breeding). And the funny thing is, i see so much more of them now, as they bask in the filter's outlet. So i added driftwood with a little moss just to break up the long distance of the tank too, and this added more hiding places for the zebs. The mountain rock is big, i may add some mini-landscape rock to add more structure, or remove more blyxa as this does add height to the lawn. I also have added around 220 wild harlequin rasbora, but have lost quite a few to which i can only put it down to lack of CO2, and that they are not as tolerant as tank breed ones would be.