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State: Nebraska
Country: United States
Description: Marineland/Perfecto 120 glass aquarium -(60" x 18" x 26"). Marineland Prestige Stand and Canopy. 60" Marineland double light strip (10k sun bulb & 18k aqua-glo bulb). R2 Solutions 48" Moonlight. 170lbs of Honeycomb rock. Aragonite substrate (80lbs Seaflor reef sand & 30lbs puka shell mix) . Misc artificial plants. Malaysian driftwood for pleco. 2 - 250 watt Marineland stealth heaters. 1 Fluval FX5 canister filter, 1 hydro-v sponge filter. Whisper 100 air pump & 48" Marineland flexible bubble wand. Coralife digital thermometer.
Advice: Take your time and do plenty of research on equipment and fish.
Fish Kept: African Cichlids 1-Electric Yellow, 1-Blue Johanni, 1 - Acei, 1-Trewavas Red-Finned, 1-Ahli, 1-Red Aulonocara, 1-bicolor Aulonocara, 1-jewel, 2-bristlenose pleco, 1-Hongi, 1-demasoni, 2-haplochromis obliquidens, 2-misc pseudotropheus
Corals/Plants: misc artificial
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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