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Natural Looking Tank Set Up

Discussion in 'New to the Hobby Questions and Answers' started by Noahh, Jul 13, 2013.

  1. Noahh

    Noahh Mostly New Member

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    Hi all,
     
    I've just moved from a 50 litre tank to a 200 litre which is currently cycling.
     
    I'm hoping to create a well planted community tank filled with small schools of small fish.
     
    Plants so far:
    Egeria Densa
    Green Cabomba
    Bacopa Monnieri
    Dwarf Sagittara

     
    Fish so far:
    1 x Female Bristlenose Catfish
    3 x Ottos
    3 x Five Banded Barbs (will get more once tank is cycled)
    1 x Neon Tetra (last surviving, about 5 years old)

    My tank is a second hand Fluval Roma 200 and I've got a new Fluval 206 Filter.
     
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    I'm really wanting to create a natural scene with what appear to be natural fish.
     
    Can anyone who's done this before give me any pointers? Like things to watch out for when trying to make my tank look 'wild' or 'natural'?
     
    Thanks,
    Noahh
     

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