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Photo Caption: 60"L x15"W x20"H Tank, Sonpar 1500Lph, 300w heater, 5foot single dalbarb fluro. 2x Electric Yellow Cichlids, 1x Male & 2x Female Electric Blues, 3x Yellow Tail Acies, 3x Crayfish, 1x Eel-tailed Catfish, 1x Brown-finned Eel.
80 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 60"L x15"W x20"H Tank, Sonpar 1500Lph, 300w heater, 5foot single dalbarb fluro. 2x Electric Yellow Cichlids, 1x Male & 2x Female Electric Blues, 3x Yellow Tail Acies, 3x Crayfish, 1x Eel-tailed Catfish, 1x Brown-finned Eel.

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Country: Australia
Description: 60"L x15"W x20"H Tank, Sonpar 1500Lph, 300w heater, 5foot single dalbarb fluro.
Advice: Do what make you happy.
Fish Kept: 2x Electric Yellow Cichlids, 1x Male & 2x Female Electric Blues, 3x Yellow Tail Acies, 3x Crayfish, 1x Eel-tailed Catfish, 1x Brown-finned Eel.
Corals/Plants: Grass-reed.
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: I win!

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if i were you, i would set your rocks up with the airstones underneath so i creates a flowing movement instead of air out of nowhere. it has always had a good effect on my tanks fish avatar

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