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rob newland
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rob newland

Member, Male, 28, from Stratford, UK

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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Jan 1, 1991 (Age: 28)
    Home Page:
    http://www.myspace.com/robnewland
    Location:
    Stratford, UK
    My Aquariums & Fish:
    44g Main tank:
    Filters:
    Fluval 4+ internal
    Hydor Prime 20 External
    Fish:
    1 x 4" Epalzeorhynchus bicolor / RTBS
    2 x 3" Cleithracara Maronii / keyhole cichlids
    1 x 6" Xenomystus nigri / african knife
    2 x 4" botia lohachata / pakistani loaches
    1 x 6" farlowella acus / twig catfish
    2 x 2" Synodontis nigriventris / true upside down catfish
    1 x 2" Agamyxis pectinifrons / spotted talking catfish (Never seen)
    1 x 2" Thorichthys Meeki / firemouth cichlid
    1 x 6" Polypterus Ornatapinnis / ornate bichir
    2 x 2" Pelvicachromis Pulcher / kribensis


    55g brackish tank:
    Filter:
    Interpet PF4 internal (more planned, as this is a bit crap and nowhere near powerful enough)
    Fish:
    1 x 3" monodactylus argenteus / mono argenteus
    1 x 1.5" monodactylus sebae / mono sebae
    (measurements for monodactylus are depth of fish)
    (a couple of sebaes planned and possibly 1/2 archers)


    15g puffer tank
    Filter:
    Eheim Aquaball 2210 Internal
    Fish:
    1 x 2" tetraodon biocellatus / figure 8 puffer "nigel"


    15g brackish molly tank:
    4 x sailfin
    6 x marbled
    All mollies are around 1"
    Fishkeeping (obviously), scuba diving, mountain biking, hiking