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125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 125 Gallon Planted Discus Tank - Sorry it is a bit cloudy... I finished adding more sand right before the photo was taken

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: The tank is 6' long... I have 3 filters, a Penguin 350 Biowheel, a Emperor 400 Biowheel and a Magnum 350 Canister all made by Marineland. I have a DIY hood with 192 watts of lights on the tank. For Chemical Filtration media I use Peat Moss and NO carbon to keep the water soft and "blackwater" The wood in the tank is from area lakes and rivers treated by baking for several hours
Advice: Have Fun and Never stop learning!
Fish Kept: Discus, Cardinal Tetras, Corydoras, Oto Catfish
Corals/Plants: Amazon Sword, Pygmy Chain Sword, Red Wendtii, Corkscrew Val
Tank Size: 125 gallons

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its a little fogy but i like it fish avatar

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