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Photo Caption: My Community Tank , 2 nearing adult discus , 3 juvinile discus, 6 Harlequin tetras, 1 Bristlenose Catfish, 1 Pakastani Loach. Custom Trickle filter plus internal powerhead with sponge. Lots of Plants unsure of species not a plant expert.
freshwater fish - symphysodon sp. - yellow marlboro discus stocking in 50 gallons tank - My pride and joy!
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My Community Tank , 2 nearing adult discus , 3 juvinile discus, 6 Harlequin tetras, 1 Bristlenose Catfish, 1 Pakastani Loach. Custom Trickle filter plus internal powerhead with sponge. Lots of Plants unsure of species not a plant expert.
freshwater fish - symphysodon sp. - snow white discus stocking in 50 gallons tank - Couple of my Discus

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Country: Australia
Description: Custom Made Trickle Filter
Advice: read read read
Fish Kept: Primarily Discus
Corals/Plants: Crypts
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Lead me, Follow me or get the hell out of my way!
About Yourself: Keeping Discus now for approx 12 years

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Lovely tank - immaculate. fish avatar

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