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Welcome to the forum! Great idea to downsize as we get older. I only keep small tanks of small tropicals that I can easily manage now. The best part about fish keeping, is that there are fish for every stage of life!
 

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welcome to the site...and its good you have fallen back to the light side
 
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Welcome aboard Andy:welcome:

Sorry to hear no more salth2o for you (I am a little biased :)), but glad you are still keeping in the hobby!
 

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Oh, I can relate to that (old age LOL) and I want to thank you for joining us. Welcome to the site and yes we would like to hear about your fish.

Rose
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Hi there,
One of my fish tanks that had the Marine in it is 150 gls,still use the sump filled with media and the over flow,it also has a 2227 Eheim professionel canister,and a smaller pump inside the tank to help circulation,2 x T5 lights.
I use RO water and all works beautiful,clean my tank out once every 6 months.
1 -Leapord Cat Fish
1 -Algae Sucker
1 - Harliquin
2 - Clown loaches
2 - Cherry Barbs
2 - Angels
2 - Corydoras
3 - Platies
3 - Sordtails
3 - Zebras
4 - Bleeding Hearts
4 - Black Widows
5 -Glow Lights
5 - Rummy Noses
5 - Danios
5 - Penguin Tetras
6 - Cardinals
7 - Columbian Tetras
Still have room for more,I may breed my Zebras if I can find space.
My other tank in the livingroom is 80 gls with the same type of cannister but the are filled with Cichlids and breeding happily.,I clean that tank out more often but still use RO water.
Forgot to mention in the big tank I have a Calcuim Reactor which I used for Marine.
Yours AndyPandy.
 
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