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120 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 7 foot amazon black water biotope 84"x18"x18" bogwood river rock (natural colour) sand substrate java fern java moss amazon frogbit amazon sword oak leaves for leaf litter fish are breeding pair of convict cichlids 12 columbian tetra 8 emerald cory's 1m/2f green swordtails 2 nerite zebra snails
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Photo Caption: 7 foot amazon black water biotope 84"x18"x18" bogwood river rock (natural colour) sand substrate java fern java moss amazon frogbit amazon sword oak leaves for leaf litter fish are breeding pair of convict cichlids 12 columbian tetra 8 emerald cory's 1m/2f green swordtails 2 nerite zebra snails
120 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 7 foot amazon black water biotope 84"x18"x18" bogwood river rock (natural colour) sand substrate java fern java moss amazon frogbit amazon sword oak leaves for leaf litter fish are breeding pair of convict cichlids 12 columbian tetra 8 emerald cory's 1m/2f green swordtails 2 nerite zebra snails

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Country: United Kingdom
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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Very very impressive tank. Well done. fish avatar

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