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Photo Caption: just established 4ftx2ftx2ft prime 30 canister filter with undergravel filtration with large powerhead. 2x 4ft fluro lights 3 large volcanis rocks assorted tubing 4 anubis on driftwood 2 pictus cats 5 bristlenose 6 electric yellow 7 maingano 3 electric blue 1zebra
130 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - just established 4ftx2ftx2ft prime 30 canister filter with undergravel filtration with large powerhead. 2x 4ft fluro lights 3 large volcanis rocks assorted tubing 4 anubis on driftwood 2 pictus cats 5 bristlenose 6 electric yellow 7 maingano 3 electric blue 1zebra

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Country: Australia
Description: just established 4ftx2ftx2ft prime 30 canister filter with undergravel filtration with large powerhead. 2x 4ft fluro lights
Advice: think before you buy.
Fish Kept: 2 pictus cats 5 bristlenose 6 electric yellow 7 maingano 3 electric blue 1 zebra 1 auloncra?
Corals/Plants: 3 large volcanis rocks assorted tubing 4 anubis on driftwood
Tank Size: 130 gallons
Quote: how much for those fish

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