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Photo Caption: 125 Planted Tiger Barb Tank. Planted at both ends and along the back, 3 large pieces of driftwood, generic lighting and hoods, Eheim pro 3/Rena Fillstar X3 filters. Current occupents are 20 tiger barbs(juv), 4 Clown Loaches(juv) and one Electric Blue Lobster(Juv)
125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 125 Planted Tiger Barb Tank. Planted at both ends and along the back, 3 large pieces of driftwood, generic lighting and hoods, Eheim pro 3/Rena Fillstar X3 filters. Current occupents are 20 tiger barbs(juv), 4 Clown Loaches(juv) and one Electric Blue Lobster(Juv)

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: My main tank in my living room is a 125 gal, 72 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 23 3/8. It is currently occupied by about 20 tiger barbs, 4 clown loaches, one blue lobster, and a couple algae eaters. It is planted at both ends and along the back side. I have 3 large pieces of driftwood on the tank, one at each end, and one in the middle towards the back.
Advice: Read first, about any fish/plants you want to keep, and dont let your excitement/enthusiasm get you into trouble by either killing fish in a poorly cycled tank, or getting something you dont know how to care for.
Fish Kept: I have kept African Cichlids and Tiger barbs. My main tank currently has Tiger barbs in it, and i am setting up a 55 gal tank in my office for African Cichlids.
Corals/Plants: i have a wide variety of freshwater plants
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: I am a Professional PC Tech and i am attending school for a BS in Network/Information Security. Yes I am a Geek.

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