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125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 125 Amazon Tank

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 125 gallon used tank. No Co2, About 2.5WPG 2 Fluval 305.
Advice: Take Your Time
Fish Kept: 4 angelfish, 2 kribs, 2 bolivian rams, 1 gold ram, 3 otos, 1 cory cat, 2 bumblebee cats, 1 bristlenose cat, 2 cherry barbs, 2 black tetras, 7 neons, 5 rummynose, 2 serpae tetras, 1 silvertip tetra, 3 black neons, 6 rasboras, 1 pearl gourami, 1 upside down catfish, 2 buenos aires tetras,
Corals/Plants: Amazon swords, anubias, hairgrass, java fern, java moss, sword melon sword, val, crypts.
Tank Size: 125 gallons
Quote: Amazing
About Yourself: Being doing this for almost 20 years but have really dove into the hobby about 6 or 7 years ago. Still learning some things and looking forward to expanding my collection.

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You can tell that you 've put alot of work and effort into your tank, Well done, very nice. fish avatar
Nice setup! fish avatar

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