Photo #1 - 100 Gallon Custom Tank.all Plastic Plants.

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Photo Caption: 100 Gallon custom tank.All plastic plants.
100 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 100 Gallon custom tank.All plastic plants.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: Custom made 100 Gal. Tank. Filstar XP3 Canister Filter plus under gravel filter with two VisiJet power heads. DIY fluorescent lighting, and DIY blue LED moonlight. DIY stand and canopy.
Advice: Frequent water changes. Don't over feed.
Fish Kept: Black Skirt Tetras, Red Minor Serpae Tetras, Cardinals, White Clouds, Tiger Barbs, Bala Sharks, Pictus Cat & Pleco.
Corals/Plants: All plastic
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: "Buzzards gotta eat, same as worms."

COMMENTS

Love your tank, so beautiful! fish avatar
Plastic or not it looks awesome ! Its the way it is laid out i give it a 10 LOVE IT ! fish avatar
where are the fish? fish avatar
I l0ve this beautiful tank! I have found these plants at petco and some other places, hope that helps...!=)))) fish avatar
I had trouble finding them also. I finally found one store here locally that carries them. I live in the Dallas area. The store is Dallas North Aquarium. They don't sell online, but you might be able to call them and ask about the plants. Hope this helps. fish avatar
I like the red/green hairgrass and bushes; they go well together with the stone setups. I've been trying to find these in stores with no luck. Where did you buy your plants? Or what brand are they? fish avatar

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