Photo #1 - Sailfin Gibby As A Youngster - Discus, Exotic Pl...

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: Wayy too many to list
Advice: Study
Fish Kept: Discus, Exotic plecs
Corals/Plants: NONE
Quote: Too many fish, too little time!
About Yourself: Hello, My name is Alexis, and I'm an Aquataholic. I have three Great Danes, three cats, a bunch of real estate, a demanding mother, a full time job, a full time special appointment within my department at work, and 15 running Freshwater tanks (and a lot of empties until I have time to set them up)---I think I may have a serious problem. I tend to read a lot in order to escape the life that I have created. My life is water changes and dog drool. Scarily enough, I'm actually an absurdly cheerful person. I also drink a lot of beer. There may be a connection here. I am currently wishing for a wonderful man who likes dog drool and the smell of tank water

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That is one cool fish Alexis! fish avatar
nice fin on that plec i have a bristle nose catfish but it never wants to come out of one of my ornaments and i want to take a photo of it lol fish avatar

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