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State: California
Country: United States
Description: I have a 300 penguin marineland filter and a canaster. For my lighting I have a T5 system.
Advice: Don't feed every day and change water almost every couple of weeks,
Fish Kept: 1x Mono, 1x Green Scat, 1x Parrot fish, 4x Sunrise Plattys, 2x koi angels, 2x Zebra angels, 2x tequillia sunrise guppys, 2x yellow tail guppys, 2x blue tail guppys, 2x pearl Gouramis, 3x cardinal tetras, 5x rummy nose, 2x Dwarf hatchets, 2x German blue rams, 3x Sterbia cory cats, 1x red-tailed shark, 1x royal pleco, 6x alage eaters, 1x yoyo, 4x peacock rainbowfish.
Corals/Plants: I have fake plants
Tank Size: 135 gallons
Quote: fish are fun
About Yourself: I have kept fish forever

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Im in the process of putting my new saltwater tank photos on here it will be posted soon fish avatar
No, they are not breeding. My wish! I believe that there are so many fishes in this tank. I have 1 blue diamond, 1 red siam master, 1 white diamond, 1 siam yellow master, 1 silver with black stripes and the other 2 are mix. fish avatar
Hi and thanks for your comments. My discus ara between 4 to 5 inches. The biggest is the Blue Diamond it is around 5.5 inches. Not in the photo. fish avatar

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