1 U.S. gallon = 3.8 litresHaplochromine guy said:how many gallons is 180 liters?
Unlikely, living in the U.S.A., that you will ever encounter volumes that use the Imperial system. U.S.A. separated from Britain in 1776. Sizes got standardized after that, and that is why they ended up slightly different in the U.S. then Britain. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imperial_unitsCountries part of the British empire, like Canada, became independent from Britain after sizes got standardized, so generally used the Imperial system. For example, in Canada, at the gas pump, gas was sold in imperial gallons (4.5 litres) That is, until about 30 some years ago, then it was made law that it must be sold in litres. But aquariums were an exception as they have always been labeled and sold in U.S. gallon sizes.Haplochromine guy said:I use the Imperial System (I think that's correct) of the U.S.
What is the length of the tank? What species are you considering?Haplochromine guy said:Can people tell me what the decision is right now for what Mbuna and how many gallons is 180 liters? I use the Imperial System (I think that's correct) of the U.S.
I have some experience with Africans and the more aggressive Mbunas in particular.