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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 110 gal w/CaribSea sugar sand and CaribSea Aquascape South Seas Rock and driftwood. Filtration I have 2 Eheim canisters. Lighting is 48 Inch 4x54 Watt AquaticLife T5 HO Light Fixture w/ 4 Lunar LEDs. A Hydor ETH 300 In-Line Heater-300 W. A Pentair Lifegard AquaStep 40 W UV Sterilizer.
Advice: Take your time! Think about what your going to do next!
Fish Kept: 5 Labidochromis caeruleus (Lion's Cove II) Yellow Lab 4 Metriaclima callainos (Cobalt Zebra) 2 Hap moorii, Blue Dolphin (Cyrtocara moorii) 2 Giraffe, Kalingo Cichlid (Nimbochromis venustus) 5 Yellow Tail Acei (Pseudotropheus sp. "Acei" (Msuli)) 1 Sailfin Pleco (L-83) (Glyptoperichthys Gibbiceps)
Corals/Plants: Fake but working real ones
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: A closed mind is a empty mind!

COMMENTS

very nice !! fish avatar
This is a sweet tank... should be in the top 10 fish avatar
Nice look, you really created a lot of depth with your setup. Are the smaller rocks on the background real or is that fake? If real, are they stacked lose or are they held in place? fish avatar
nice tank man, good job fish avatar

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