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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 120g Tank Filtration - (2) Emperor 280 Filters, Rena XP3 Canister, UGF with powerheads (Aquaclear 301), sponge filter and a Rainbow 300 fluidized bed filter. Other - Coralife Super Luft air pump and a Rio Plus 1700 powerhead/pump. Heaters - (2) Rena 300w Smartheaters. Water Conditioners - SeaChem Prime and Neutral Regulator. Filter media - SeaChem Purigen and Marineland Black Diamond Carbon.
Advice: Patients and research. Have fun! Do weekly water changes and gravel cleanings!
Fish Kept: (7) Tiger barbs, (1) Bala Shark, (4) Cherry Barbs, (2) Lake Tebera Rainbows, (4) Gold Barbs, (5) Roseline Sharks, (2) Rosy Barbs, (3) malawi cichlids, (2) clown loaches, (1) zebra danios, (1) rainbow shark and 2 standard plecos
Corals/Plants: Artificial Plants - silk and plastic. Drift wood and a few large rocks.
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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