David R wrote:In an ideal world with unlimited dollars for upkeep, unlimited supply of ideal water, and every species I'd ever wanted available to me, then I'd love something like ElTofi posted in his first pic (BTW where was that?! I'd love to visit some day).
syno321 wrote:6'l x 3'w x 2'h - large school of Lamprichthys tanganicodus to highlight 4 S. granulosus
ElTofi wrote:The biggest aquarium of http://www.barcelona.de/en/barcelona-museum-cosmocaixa.html in Barcelone (Spain), I've been told... the one of Berlin (Germany) is quite well with huge biotope tank, too... Both are on my "wish list" for a visit...
N0body Of The Goat wrote:While I would love to be able to do a Tanganyikan tank someday, nothing comes close to...
I have several of the species shown in this amazing clip (S. notata; S. brichardi; S. casuarius; S. tinanti), some others from the Zaire River area (S. flavitaeniata; S. congica; M. polli) and other fish on my wishlist (B. longipinnis; A. spoilopterus; P. debauwi/buffei), but my 5x2x2 has nothing on the layout [bogwood rather than that intricate rockwork] and apparent current [despite having ~8300lph of filters/powerheads] of this inspiring tank.
subterranean type of set up dedicated for Cave fishes.
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