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Country: Canada
Description: aprx.100 lbs of rocks-(petrified rock, gey slate, texas holy rock,clay cylinders, reef rock.) 50lbs of crushed onyx sand & 50lbs of carib sea african cichlid sand mix. 1 eheim 2226 canister filter. 1 marinland c-360 canister filter. 2 aqua clear 802 power head with sponge/carbon filter. rena air pump & 24" flexible bubble wand. 2 x 36" aqua glo lamps. 250 w Jager heater.
Advice: the best advice i can give is keep your water as clean as possible. over filter and do your water changes on a weekly basis.
Fish Kept: 2 protomelas red empress m/f 2 clown loaches albino zebra 2 frontosa burundi m/f 2 venustus m/f borleyi (kadango) sunshine peacock 2 electric blue hap. synodontis eupterus plecko 2 yellow labs m/f 3 TETRACANTHUS 3 cyrtocara moorii 3 deep water haps
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: HOW YOU DOIN?
About Yourself: started with a 5 gallon 2 years ago now i have a 125 gallon. this hobby is like drugs, once you get hooked you only fall in deeper and deeper.

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