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    looks very nice

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    Good photos
    Mucky

    Unusually I have nothing more to add...

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    Awesome work! I just started on a project of my own. I hope it turns out as good as yours did.

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    uh oh... I feel creative
    80 gal, planted community tank:the usual suspects:
    Fluval X/5 driving RUGF trays and an in-tank jet:
    Aquarium filtration capacity for above selected species is 281%.
    Recommended water change schedule: 35% per week.
    Your aquarium stocking level is 106%.

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    Very nice work..

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    Hi, I'm just starting on my own BG and was wondering where you put the heater and filter? i.e behind or on the side of the tank.I want to hide them both, but not sure how to do it?? Any advice welcome :)

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    There is a space in each corner of the tank behind the background to put canister filter pipes and a heater if required.

    I have plastic mesh built into the wall so the intake and output can draw and pump out water into the main area of the tank :)
    Lots of tanks
    Camera - Sony A33 - Sony A58
    18-55mm F3.5-5.6 SAM lens
    55-200mm F4-5.6 SAM lens

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    Cheers, I thought that may be the case, but great to have confirmation. I'll hopefully be able to post some pics when I start. Thanks again for the fast reply

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    Changed my mind and just bought a canister filter as I think it will look better and work easier!

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