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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: standard 72 inch long 125 gallon tank. Filtration: fluval 304, fluval 404, pond pump in 10 gallon sump. Lighting: Orbit 72 inch 300 watt half white half actinic compact. Heater: Stealth heater. 3M color quartz sand brown, liliac, smoke. DIY styrofoam concrete background. Limestone, homemade agrocrete, and lace rock decor.
Advice: Go slow, never rush your fish tank. It's true destiny will reveal itself with time.
Fish Kept: 18 cyprichromis leptosoma 3-4 inches 2 A. Comps Gold heads 3.5 inches 2 Leluipi 2.5 inches 2 goby cichlids 2 inches 2 C. Brichardi 3.5 inches 5 clown loaches sizes range from 3-5 inches 1 Bristlenose pleco 4 mystery snails that survived the loach onslaught
Corals/Plants: Young Amazon swords, Vals, anubias.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Love life and live it
About Yourself: I started with a breeding pair of guppies and their offspring usually paid for their food. Since college opened my eyes, I have moved on from my tropical tretra/guppy tank to raising and breeding cichlids. My favorite cichlids being my goby cichlids Crystal and Red XII. They are so friendly and great me when I come home.

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Absolutely breathtaking. Why is this tank not #1 of all time?! fish avatar

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