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330g Tanganyikan community

8 years 1 month ago #30274 by whetfish
Replied by whetfish on topic 330g Tanganyikan community

Probably doesn't make a ton of difference but wouldn't the heat be more evenly distributed if the heaters were spaced?


Yeah it would.  I will eventually plumb the tank to a sump below, which will house the heaters.  That' why there is a heater clump.

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8 years 1 month ago #30263 by fishinmn
Replied by fishinmn on topic 330g Tanganyikan community
Probably doesn't make a ton of difference but wouldn't the heat be more evenly distributed if the heaters were spaced?

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8 years 2 months ago #29975 by ziggy2
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Looking good.

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8 years 2 months ago #29853 by whetfish
Replied by whetfish on topic 330g Tanganyikan community
Update:

Moved around some rock, added some sand and fish.  Again for size, the sponges are all hydro IVs and the heater tangle on the right are all 150w.

Tank Shot


New Ruziba Trio


Fire fin


best pic for last.
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8 years 3 months ago #29723 by ziggy2
Replied by ziggy2 on topic 330g Tanganyikan community
That is a nice looking tank.  Shoot us some more pics when you get futher along.

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8 years 3 months ago #29721 by whetfish
Replied by whetfish on topic 330g Tanganyikan community

Just so everyone knows, the pic doesn't do this tank justice. I've seen it in person. It's a BEAST!!!  Glad to see it going up Aaron. Keep us posted.


Yeah, for reference the tank below is a 65g breeder (48" x 18" x 18").  The 330g is 74" x 30" x 30".

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8 years 3 months ago #29720 by sawboy2
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Just so everyone knows, the pic doesn't do this tank justice. I've seen it in person. It's a BEAST!!!  Glad to see it going up Aaron. Keep us posted.

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8 years 3 months ago - 8 years 3 months ago #29719 by whetfish
It's a work in progress.  I still need to plumb it to the tank below and add a bunch more fish, but here's where I am at:



Inhabitants are a group of bristlenose plecos, 10 boops, 5 julies, 3 comps.  I am going to add more comps in the very near future.  I need to wait for them to get their color back, so I can be choosy.  They didn't appreciate the tank reorg and losing all of their rock work.  Plan to add some cyps in the not too distant future as well.

Also, the rock work isn't finalized, i just got it all in there.

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