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freshwater fish - cichlasoma sp. - blue diamond flowerhorn stocking in 75 gallons tank - Male Blue Diamond Flowerhorn

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 75g standard tank 1 penplax 300 filter and a tetra 30-60 coralife light natural color gravel claypots fake plants 9inch Blue Diamond Flowerhorn 3inch Red Dragon Flowerhorn 7inch Pleco 29g black gravel holey rock slate fake plants marineland hang on the back canister filter for a 55g and a tetra 30-60 also coralife lights Electric Blue Dempsey 1inch Green Terror 2.5inch convict argentea hybrid .8inch Firemouth 1inch eartheater 2.5 inch rapheal cat
Advice: I am a new Hobbyist any hints advice the more the better
Fish Kept: Blue Diamond Flowerhorn Red Dragon flowerhorn Electric Blue Jack Dempsey Green Texas Cichlids Convict Argentea Hybrid Eartheather Jaguar Raphael Cat Blood Parrot Convicts
Corals/Plants: Plants Drift Wood Holey Rock Flat Rock, Pagoda Rock
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: Loved Fish Tanks Since a kid.

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