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Photo Caption: Anubius, Java Fern, Spirilius, River Rocks, Ledge Rock, Cedar Driftwood, Cichlid Sand, Awaiting Calvus and Syno Cats
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Anubius, Java Fern, Spirilius, River Rocks, Ledge Rock, Cedar Driftwood, Cichlid Sand, Awaiting Calvus and Syno Cats

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 75G Hex front DAS tank, converted to freshwater with a Filstar XP3. White cichlid sand, ledge rocks, cedar root. Anubius, Java Fern, Micro Sword, Spiralis, Variegated Japanese Dwarf Rush. Will be set up as a Tanganyika tank, breeding Calvus, and possibly Syno Catfish
Advice: Go Big or Go Home. 20 Gallons are for your kids room.
Fish Kept: currently cycling. In the past, I have bred Red Top Zebras; kept snapper turtles, Red Eared Sliders, Malawi cichlids, striped raphel, plecs, convicts, Peacock Bass,
Corals/Plants: Anubius, Java Fern, Micro Sword, Spiralis, Variegated Japanese Dwarf Rush
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Get To Da Choppa
About Yourself: it all started with a 5 gallon someone left at my house. Then a friend gave me a baby Red Devil without telling me they are monsters. I quickly went through a 10 gallon, into a 20, then traded him in for some Malawi cichlids. I added a 40G with baby snapping turtles, and then added the 125G. I sold it all, and now have a perfect 75G that will be for Tangs only.

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