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Photo Caption: 125gal fresh tropical community mollies, platies, tetras, guppies fluval fx5, fluval submersible, marineland magnum 350, coralife 50/50
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 125gal fresh tropical community mollies, platies, tetras, guppies fluval fx5, fluval submersible, marineland magnum 350, coralife 50/50
fish tank picture - side view
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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: 125 gallon freshwater tropical community just started tank back up fluval fx5 marineland magnum 350 fluval submersable filter 48" coralife 50/50
Advice: patience
Fish Kept: so far 8 black mollies 8 asst. mickey mouse platies 3 red wag platies 10 cardinal tetras 1 4" common pleco much more to come (new tank)
Corals/Plants: lace rock and fake plants
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: all it takes is money!?
About Yourself: I bought this 125 for turtles. Later, I wanted to do fish instead so i got african cichlids and eventually gave them away to try something different. I've also cycled through a 40gal community, a 5gal hex swordtail tank, and a 1gal beta.

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