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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 1:38 pm Post subject: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

 Hi,
 
 Setting  up  my  Frontosa  Tank.
 Please  comment  about  your  observations.....
 
 http://youtu.be/Kx-QmfI2ETQ
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:32 pm Post subject: Re: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

 You're  moving  fast  brother.  At  this  pace,  your  new  home  in  Bengaluru  will  soon  have  less  carpet  area  than  glass  area.   ROFL  
 
 I'm  not  much  into  fronts,  but  the  fish  and  setup  look  awesome  to  me.   Rock On  
 
 Just  a  few  more  rocks  and  crevices  would  look  nice  and  serve  as  hiding  spots  and  play  areas.  Also,  a  black  background  will  increase  the  contrast.  Also,  check  whether  you  can  lay  your  hands  on  some  soft  blue  moonlights.  
 
 These  are  just  suggestions  from  a guy  who  hasn't  ever  kept  fronts.  The  front  experts  will  surely  guide  you  better  regarding  any  mods  needed.     Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 2:59 pm Post subject: Re: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

 Nice  Video  there  Smile  
 
 But  wont  mixing  large  fronts  with  smaller  fronts  be  a  problem?
 I  agree  with  the  above,  a  black  background  with  moonlights  will  look  awesome.  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 3:54 pm Post subject: Re: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

 just  a  suggestion  do  not  give  them  any  hiding  place  if  you  do  they  will  start  hiding  and  never  come  out  in  the  open  also  reduce  the  light  if  possible  they  do  not  need  heavy  lighting
 
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 8:30 pm Post subject: Re: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

                                                   
Kastor48252  wrote  (View  Post):                
.  At  this  pace,  your  new  home  in  Bengaluru  will  soon  have  less  carpet  area  than  glass  area.   ROFL  
 
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   ROFL   ROFL  
 
 @Rohit  :  Nice  fronts  you  have  got  Clapping
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 25, 2011 9:34 pm Post subject: Re: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

                                                   
Kastor48252  wrote  (View  Post):                
You're  moving  fast  brother.  At  this  pace,  your  new  home  in  Bengaluru  will  soon  have  less  carpet  area  than  glass  area.   ROFL  
 
 I'm  not  much  into  fronts,  but  the  fish  and  setup  look  awesome  to  me.   Rock On  
 
 Just  a  few  more  rocks  and  crevices  would  look  nice  and  serve  as  hiding  spots  and  play  areas.  Also,  a  black  background  will  increase  the  contrast.  Also,  check  whether  you  can  lay  your  hands  on  some  soft  blue  moonlights.  
 
 These  are  just  suggestions  from  a guy  who  hasn't  ever  kept  fronts.  The  front  experts  will  surely  guide  you  better  regarding  any  mods  needed.     Thumb Up                

 
 Hahaha....  Chuckle  well  said
 
 Hi  Rohit,
 I  just  love  your  setup  dude  Clapping  I'm  a  fan  of  fronts.  Just  try  to  lower  the  intensity  of  the  light.  It  will  help  your  fishes  to  be  more  comfortable.  And  also  try  to  change  the  colour  of  your  light  to  a  slightly  bluish  tint.   It  can  be  done  very  easily,  just  wrap  your  normal  florescent  tube  with  a  layer  of  blue  plastic  paper.  I  have  done  it  myself  and  has  got  a  pleasing  result.  cheers  Thumb Up
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2011 11:03 am Post subject: Re: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

 Thx  Guys!
 
 Ya  Kastor,  I've  been  feeling  the  same.....  Space  is  shrinking.....  ROFL   ROFL
 Even  my  wife  is  getting  impatient  now!
 Now  I  can  also  say  "My  Hobby  is  becoming  my  Wife's  biggest  Enemy"  ROFL  
 
 Thanks  for  your  valuable  comments  &  will  incorporate  changes  soon.....  Quite  held-up  with  my  work  as  need  to  meet  deadlines...
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 26, 2011 4:00 pm Post subject: Re: 317L - Frontosa Tank Reply with quote

 Do  you  intend  to  add  any  species  to  this  tank?
 
 I  agree  with  Clive's  suggestion.      Please  keep  the  tank  set  up  simple  so  that  there  are  not  too  many  territory  fights  in  the  tank.
 
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