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Photo Caption: 60g Marineland Heartland Setup 2 x Fluval 306 Canister Filters 1 Aquaclear 70 Powerhead + Quick Filter attachment 1 500gph Fan 200 Watt Heater Flourescent Lighting + Custom LED Strip Lighting with Remote 105lbs Dragon Stone 60g Marineland Heartland Setup 2 x Fluval 306 Canister Filters 1 Aquaclear 70 Powerhead + Quick Filter attachment 1 900gph Fan 1 500gph Fan 200 Watt Heater Flourescent Lighting + Custom LED Strip Lighting with Remote =) Stock (Mixed) 2 Red Zebra (Mama & Papa) 2 Kenyi (Kenny & Wesley Stripes) 1 Aratus (Dexter) 1 OB Peacock (OBI WON) 1 Sunshine Peacock (Dora the Explora) 1 Assorted/Hybrid Peacock (Rick James) 1 Venustus (GI Jane) 1 Ice Blue Zebra (Stanley) 1 Electric Yellow Lab (Pepe) 2 Bumble Bee (Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dumb) 1 Jewel (Lone Ranger) 1 Plecco (Plectomus Prime) & 11 Red Zebra Fry
fish tank picture - Feast your eyes on my Mixed African Cichlid Tank! Recently switched to the Grey Stone from the Dragon / OHKO Stone. I found the Dragon Stone took away from the fish to much. The fish really stand out now with the Grey Stone! Still running all the same equipment :D
60 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60g Marineland Heartland Setup 2 x Fluval 306 Canister Filters 1 Aquaclear 70 Powerhead + Quick Filter attachment 1 500gph Fan 200 Watt Heater Flourescent Lighting + Custom LED Strip Lighting with Remote 105lbs Dragon Stone 60g Marineland Heartland Setup 2 x Fluval 306 Canister Filters 1 Aquaclear 70 Powerhead + Quick Filter attachment 1 900gph Fan 1 500gph Fan 200 Watt Heater Flourescent Lighting + Custom LED Strip Lighting with Remote =) Stock (Mixed) 2 Red Zebra (Mama & Papa) 2 Kenyi (Kenny & Wesley Stripes) 1 Aratus (Dexter) 1 OB Peacock (OBI WON) 1 Sunshine Peacock (Dora the Explora) 1 Assorted/Hybrid Peacock (Rick James) 1 Venustus (GI Jane) 1 Ice Blue Zebra (Stanley) 1 Electric Yellow Lab (Pepe) 2 Bumble Bee (Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dumb) 1 Jewel (Lone Ranger) 1 Plecco (Plectomus Prime) & 11 Red Zebra Fry
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Country: Canada
Description: 60g Marineland Heartland Setup 2 x Fluval 306 Canister Filters 1 Aquaclear 70 Powerhead + Quick Filter attachment 1 500gph Fan 200 Watt Heater Flourescent Lighting + Custom LED Strip Lighting with Remote 105lbs Dragon Stone 60g Marineland Heartland Setup 2 x Fluval 306 Canister Filters 1 Aquaclear 70 Powerhead + Quick Filter attachment 1 500gph Fan 200 Watt Heater Flourescent Lighting + Custom LED Strip Lighting with Remote =) Stock (Mixed) 2 Red Zebra (Mama & Papa) 2 Kenyi (Kenny & Wesley Stripes) 1 Aratus (Dexter) 1 OB Peacock (OBI WON) 1 Sunshine Peacock (Dora the Explora) 1 Assorted/Hybrid Peacock (Rick James) 1 Venustus (GI Jane) 1 Ice Blue Zebra (Stanley) 1 Electric Yellow Lab (Pepe) 2 Bumble Bee (Tweedle Dee & Tweedle Dumb) 1 Jewel (Lone Ranger) 1 Plecco (Plectomus Prime) & 11 Red Zebra Fry
Advice: Keep it simple and don't be afraid to "splurge" a little.
Corals/Plants: None
Tank Size: 60 gallons

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Hi, beautiful tank! Are those marineland lichen? How did you attack them to the driftwood? Hope all is well! -Morgan fish avatar

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