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Photo Caption: This is a close up of some of the fish in my 265 gal tank. This tank drips 4 gph and has a nitrate of less then 20
freshwater fish - amphilophus labiatus - red devil stocking in 300 gallons tank - This is a close up of some of the fish in my 265 gal tank. This tank drips 4 gph and has a nitrate of less then 20

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: I have 30+ tanks from 20 gal to 300gal+ I mainly run cental sytems with wet/drys and I have a drip water change system on most of my tanks
Advice: Research and talk to other hobbyist that keep tanks like you plan on having. Join a local club.
Fish Kept: cichlids
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 300 gallons
Quote: why can't you repair me if your name is *Gen*Repair?
About Yourself: I'm an admin on Monsterfishkeepers and the leader of the MCAIndy fish club.

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