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125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Random2
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Country: Australia
Description: 125 g mixed african cichlid tank, 2217 eheim filter, 2700 Nautilus filter UV. Several Mabuna ( crabro, acei, Hongi, zebras, arautus and maingano). Haps yellows, venustus, red fin borleyi, electric blues and red empress) alunocara (lemon jake). Non african ( chinese algea eaters which have grown to 4 inches in 2 year, 2 clown loaches which are 5 inches big in 2 years a rescue Congo tetra with has survived 3 years without any problems, 2 petricola and 2 upside cat fish which have all survived over to years. And finally 2 common bristnoses and a Golden honey pleco that have been in my take for 3 years. Blue red and white LED lighting 8 he a day feed hakari floating big balls and sinking small balls. 1 in the morning but limited to not over feed.
Advice: Ask heaps of questions and take your time.
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Fist will be fish
About Yourself: Part time hobbiest

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