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240 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 240 long

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: This is my 240 gallon long. Running two Rena XP3's and a Ehiem 2260. Lighting is 440 watts of T-12 VHO's
Advice: GO BIG OR GO HOME !!! haha
Fish Kept: In 240 gallon Stock List (2)Pleco/ Hypostomus plecostomus Bumble bee/ Pseudotropheus crabro Red zebra/ Pseudotropheus estherae Jack Dempsey/Cichlasoma octofasciatus Electric yellow/Labiochromis caeruleus Convict/Archocentrus nigrofasciatus Plumb head/ Vieja Synspilum Johanni Mbuna/Melanochromis johannii Golden Mbuna/ Melanochromis auratus Chipokae Mbuna/ Melanochromis chipokae Super VC-10/ Placidochromis milomo Salvini/Cichlasoma salvini Malawi Eye Biter/Dimidiochromis Compressiceps Red Jewel cichlid/Hemichromis bimaculatus
Corals/Plants: Dwarf Hair Grass
Tank Size: 240 gallons

COMMENTS

wow...im just getting started,,dont have the room for a tank like that!!!you did an awesome job..im lovin it... fish avatar
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