210 gallon - 72"x24"x30"
Custom wet/dry filter and a Pentair Lifegard 40W UV Sterilizer for filtration. 2 3' compact flourescent lights. Set it up in April
10 assorted peacocks, 2 Kenyi, 1 Venustus, 1 Cobalt Blue, 2 Yellow Labs, 2 Blue Johani, 2 Obliquidens, 2 Compressiceps, 1 Buffalo Head, 1 Cylindricus, 1 Electric Blue, 1 Green Terror, 1 Firemouth, 1 Livingstoni, 2 Red Zebras, 1 Yellow Zebra, 1 Auratus, 1 Frontosa, 1 Red Parrot, 7 assorted catfish, 1 Albino Pleco, 1 Rhino Pleco, 1 Royal Pleco, 2 Crayfish
500+ pounds of rocks, Crushed Coral and gravel substrate, artificial plants
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