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Tom Austin’s River Uruguay biotope

river Uruguay biotope

Tom Austin uses décor collected in his local area to create a fantastic slice of the Uruguay River in which he houses Eartheaters and Redflank Bloodfin. Running a length of over 1800 kilometres through Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay, the Rio Uruguay plays host to multiple species of fish. Tom has chosen three of these species for his Rio Uruguay biotope, ...

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Hamza Poonawalla’s Central American Biotope

central american biotope

This Central American biotope, created by Hamza Poonawalla, contains just two species, the Firemouth cichlid, Thorichthys meeki, and Green swordtails, Xiphophorus hellerii. Both of these species are found in Guatemala and Belize. They are both used to habitats with a good amount of marginal vegetation and enjoy a sandy substrate. Hamza Poonawalla’s Central American biotope looks great and provides a fantastic ...

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