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kilroy
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Hi all,

Here is a quick look at my garage which is currently home to 7 of my tanks between 3 foot and 6 foot. I have been slowly completing projects. I am still to insulate the whole garage, that is the next project.

4 foot 350L Tropheus moorii 'Chilambo' tank

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5 foot 540L Tropheus sp. red 'Ndole' tank

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6 foot 486L Tropheus moorii 'Kasanga' Red Rainbow tank

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4 foot 285L Tropheus sp. black 'Bulu Point' tank

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Rack of 3 x 3 foot 180L breeding tanks

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1000L water change drum

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Wood heater

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Home made UPS and air pump

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Lastly, what every fish room needs.

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Thanks for looking

Shane

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Those are massive Ts Shane, looking good, what's next variant?

Hehe, the 5 colonies should keep me busy enough, no more for a while...

Lastly, what every fish room needs.

Did you meant NLS???????

Cheers

Hilton

Is that a new type of beer??

Nice cichlids you got there :)

Whats breeding in the 2 3fters?

There's actually 3 x 3 footers, my lens just couldn't fit in the top rack. Ndole and Chilambo fry in the bottom 2, waiting for kasanga red rainbows in the top tank.

cheers, thanks for the comments.

shane

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hey Shane

what's with the 'electric' wheelie bin? lol

that fridge would be working overtime in there eh, but the contents look good.

good lookin' bunch of tanks and contents as well.

i think you may be onto a good idea with the decor in the bulu tank, for agro control.

cheers

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hey Shane

what's with the 'electric' wheelie bin? lol

that fridge would be working overtime in there eh, but the contents look good.

good lookin' bunch of tanks and contents as well.

i think you may be onto a good idea with the decor in the bulu tank, for agro control.

cheers

thanks Col,

The wheelie bin is one of my water change drums! The bulu's are fine so far, but still have plenty of growing to do. small rock piles and a couple of hidey holes and fingers crossed!

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