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150 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 150 Gallon standard glass with custom built hood/stand Lighting: 2 x 36-48 Marineland double bright LED with R2 Solutions 48" moonlight Filtration: 1 Magnum 350 pro canister filter, 1 DIY biowheel with hose T for surface agitation, 2 Foster and Smith Bio System 75 Power filters with OXY surface skimmers Decoration: Underwater Galleries 7 Large Cichlid stones, and 1 x 15 pack assorted Large/Medium/small cichlid stones 2 Large pieces of grapewood, 2 manzanita branches, assorted pieces of driftwood, misc plastic plants, 48" bubble wand, 100lbs of quickcrete playsand, 50lbs of white pool filter sand. Tank age: 1 1/2 years - 0 losses. Temp 78, PH 7.8, light cycle, 8 hours
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Photo Caption: 150 Gallon standard glass with custom built hood/stand Lighting: 2 x 36-48 Marineland double bright LED with R2 Solutions 48" moonlight Filtration: 1 Magnum 350 pro canister filter, 1 DIY biowheel with hose T for surface agitation, 2 Foster and Smith Bio System 75 Power filters with OXY surface skimmers Decoration: Underwater Galleries 7 Large Cichlid stones, and 1 x 15 pack assorted Large/Medium/small cichlid stones 2 Large pieces of grapewood, 2 manzanita branches, assorted pieces of driftwood, misc plastic plants, 48" bubble wand, 100lbs of quickcrete playsand, 50lbs of white pool filter sand. Tank age: 1 1/2 years - 0 losses. Temp 78, PH 7.8, light cycle, 8 hours
150 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 150 Gallon standard glass with custom built hood/stand Lighting: 2 x 36-48 Marineland double bright LED with R2 Solutions 48" moonlight Filtration: 1 Magnum 350 pro canister filter, 1 DIY biowheel with hose T for surface agitation, 2 Foster and Smith Bio System 75 Power filters with OXY surface skimmers Decoration: Underwater Galleries 7 Large Cichlid stones, and 1 x 15 pack assorted Large/Medium/small cichlid stones 2 Large pieces of grapewood, 2 manzanita branches, assorted pieces of driftwood, misc plastic plants, 48" bubble wand, 100lbs of quickcrete playsand, 50lbs of white pool filter sand. Tank age: 1 1/2 years - 0 losses. Temp 78, PH 7.8, light cycle, 8 hours

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 150 Gallon standard glass with custom built hood/stand Lighting: 2 x 36-48 Marineland double bright LED with R2 Solutions 48" moonlight Filtration: 1 Magnum 350 pro canister filter, 1 DIY biowheel with hose T for surface agitation, 2 Foster and Smith Bio System 75 Power filters with OXY surface skimmers Decoration: Underwater Galleries 7 Large Cichlid stones, and 1 x 15 pack assorted Large/Medium/small cichlid stones 2 Large pieces of grapewood, 2 manzanita branches, assorted pieces of driftwood, misc plastic plants, 48" bubble wand, 100lbs of quickcrete playsand, 50lbs of white pool filter sand. Tank age: 1 1/2 years - 0 losses. Temp 78, PH 7.8, light cycle, 8 hours
Advice: Be patient.
Fish Kept: Fish: 2 Blood parrots, 2 lemon yellow cichlids, 9 tiger barbs, 4 blue peacock cichlids, 2 red peacock cichlids, 2 firemouths, 1 cobolt blue zebra, 2 sailfin plecos 1 snow white cichlid, 1 bumblebee cichlid, 1 demasoni mbuna.
Corals/Plants: Plastic
Tank Size: 150 gallons

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