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freshwater fish - baryancistrus demantoides - green phantom pleco (l-200) stocking in 200 gallons tank - This is my favorite type of pleco

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State: Idaho
Country: United States
Description: 135 heavy planted 5 Silver arowana 1 Royal Knife 1 Ornate Bichir Restock on plecos (formerly had 12 Rare exotic plecs)
Advice: Do your water changes, and enjoy your tanks, for when you stop enjoying them is when you stop keeping them.
Fish Kept: Arowana, royal knife, convict, ornae bichir, tetras, barbs, rasboras, african butterflies, archers, bala shark, archaris cat, pictus, corydoras, yoyo loach, L066, L047, L077, L104, L106, L137, L177, L190 x2, L200 x 12, L239 x 5, L264 x3, L330, L333, A. adonis.
Corals/Plants: Too many plants.
Tank Size: 200 gallons
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