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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: this is my 125 mostly peacock tank. have two double 36" florecent lights for lighting, i have a oddysee crs4 and jaebo 815 canister filters for filtration. this is still a young fish tank but in a few months the fish will look great.
Advice: do some reseach before you get your fish!
Fish Kept: 4 eureaka red peacocks, 4 albino eureaka reds, 3 albino ruby red peacocks, 1 ruby red, 2 blue peacocks (not too sure exactally what they are there from a local store in boulder). and a red empress. 1 demonosi, my cats include 1 syn. angelicus, 2 syn. petricolas, 1 syn. multipunticatus. 1 king tiger pleco, 2 albino bushynose plecos, a blue phantom pleco.a green phantom pleco, bristle nose pleco and a gold nugget pleco as well.
Corals/Plants: plastic plants and lots of rock and wood and a cool layer of alge growing on some rocks.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
About Yourself: im a tattoo artist in boulder and i have loved fish since i was a kid. i worked at a pet store a long time ago and i have 4 other tanks in the house as well. this one is my pride and joy.

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