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Photo Caption: 65 Hex Front, Flat back acrylic. White sand substrate, rocks, driftwood, and artificial plants. You can see some of the rasboras and neons, but my Discus are hiding...I think the first shot I messed up with the flash scared 'em. Custom stand and canopy by me.
freshwater fish - symphysodon sp. - blue diamond discus stocking in 65 gallons tank - My Discus. Super Red Melon, Blue Diamond, Checkerboard Pigeon, Mosaic Leopard, Red Turquoise
65 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 65 Hex Front, Flat back acrylic. White sand substrate, rocks, driftwood, and artificial plants. You can see some of the rasboras and neons, but my Discus are hiding...I think the first shot I messed up with the flash scared 'em. Custom stand and canopy by me.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 65 Gallon Acrylic Clarity Plus Hex Front Flat Back w/ Wet Dry System. Coralife turbotwist UV sterilizer. Custom Stand and canopy. (Built by me) 50k/Actinic T5 Lighting. 18 LED Moonlighting. Digital Power Center. (Light Timing).
Advice: If your gonna do it, do it right.
Fish Kept: 6 Rasboras, 14 Neon Tetras, 4 Cory Cats (Sterbai, Hi-Fin Albino, Spotted, Standard) 5 German Blue Rams, 7 Discus (Checkerboard Pigeon, Mosaic Leopard, Blue Diamond, Super Red Melon, Red Turquoise, White Diamond, Yellow)
Corals/Plants: Artificial.
Tank Size: 65 gallons

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