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Apistogramma d47 tank

Discussion in 'South American Biotope Aquariums' started by rasmusW, Aug 22, 2018.

  1. rasmusW

    rasmusW Member

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    Hey all!

    Here my new setup for my 110 liter tank.

    It's a similare setup to my baenschi tank in regards to decor. Beech branches, lots of leafs and a few seedpods and few plants.
    It's now housing 14 Nannostromus marginatus, 1 ancistrus and yesterday i picked up 3 Apistogramma d47. I ordered 1 male and two females, but i think i got two males and one female.

    I'd like to add some Axelrodia riesei when money permits:)

    I managed to get a picture of the biggest male.
    But i'll try to get some pics of the rest of the crew, when they coorporate a little more.
    So far they seem very peaceful towards tank mates and each other.
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    -r
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    Another beauty! Well done.
  3. rasmusW

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    Thanks a lot Dean.

    I'll try to update if something new happens or when i get better pictures of the fish.

    -r
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    77F24502-7AE7-42BD-AA86-911C64A2388E.jpeg B9641ECC-A0D5-496C-803F-C7FBB2FAB8FB.jpeg D69F6BA7-FADC-4BC8-9531-6590846686CE.jpeg Small update. Sadly the d47, i was positive about bring an female had died, so now i’m left with a big male and something i think is a male but not completely sure. Hope you guys can help me out.
    It’s all pictures talen with my phone, so the quality might not be the best.
    I have also moved the ancistrus to another tank.

    Thanks advance and here’s the pictures...

    -r
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