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Photo Caption: SA/CA growout tank with diy background, malay driftwood, sand, low-light plants Filtration: FX5, JBJ Reaction 4 w/UV
110 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - SA/CA growout tank with diy background, malay driftwood, sand, low-light plants Filtration: FX5, JBJ Reaction 4 w/UV
freshwater fish - cichlasoma sp. - flower horn cichlid stocking in 110 gallons tank - ZZ flowerhorn
freshwater fish - scleropages jardini - jardini arowana stocking in 110 gallons tank - jardini, zz flowerhorn, midas

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 110g tall, jbj reaction 4 w/UV, fx5 canister, eheim 200w heater, diy background, malay wood, sand substrate
Advice: Trial and error is part of any hobby so don't be afraid to experiment.
Fish Kept: flowerhorn, jardini, silver arowana, green terror, jack dempsey, midas, red texas, bgk, pleco
Corals/Plants: anubias, micro sword, egeria densa, amazon swords, crypt
Tank Size: 110 gallons

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Thanks alot for the props.I love your Aro! Color on the Aro looks like mine.Rockin! fish avatar

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