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Photo Caption: 29 Gallon All Glass bowfront, My first planted tank, 2x Amazon Sword, Moneywort, 2x Anubias Nana, and some Java Fern. Occupants are 5x Sunset Platys, 5x Zebra Danios, 5x Neon Tetra. Tetratec HOB filter w/heater, Nutrafin Co2 system.
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 6ft, 125 gallon tank, Rena Xp3 canister filter and Aquaclear 70 HOB filter, 2x250watt Visitherm Stealth heaters, Ehiem Aquaball powerhead.
125 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 29 Gallon All Glass bowfront, My first planted tank, 2x Amazon Sword, Moneywort, 2x Anubias Nana, and some Java Fern. Occupants are 5x Sunset Platys, 5x Zebra Danios, 5x Neon Tetra. Tetratec HOB filter w/heater, Nutrafin Co2 system.

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Advice: Same as everyone else "research" and try to make an environment that you would like to live in if you were a fish.
Fish Kept: Bosemani Rainbows, Harlequin Rasboras, Clown Loaches, Angel fish, Rainbow Shark
Corals/Plants: All fake plants and decor at the moment accept the drift wood.
Tank Size: 125 gallons

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