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Photo Caption: it is a jewel 120 with 10 plants, an under gravel filter with powerhead for water flow. fluval 304 and air pump for air birck. has about 40 fish, sissor tails, moonlight garami, black neons, cardinals , 9" plec, a yellow and white angel and alot more. t8 lighting Aqua glow single 30" tube
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - it is a jewel 120 with 10 plants, an under gravel filter with powerhead for water flow. fluval 304 and air pump for air birck. has about 40 fish, sissor tails, moonlight garami, black neons, cardinals , 9" plec, a yellow and white angel and alot more. t8 lighting Aqua glow single 30" tube

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: it is a jewel 120 with 10 plants, an under gravel filter with powerhead for water flow. fluval 304 and air pump for air birck. has about 40 fish, sissor tails, moonlight barami, black neons, cardinals , 8" plec and alot more. t8 lighting Aqua glow single 30" tube
Advice: Patience :P
Fish Kept: sissor tails, moonlight garami, black neons, cardinals , 8" plec , silver sharks, puffer fish, silver dollars, kissing garamis, chocolate garamis, harlequins and alot more.
Corals/Plants: variety of different bedded plants
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: something smells fishy :P

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