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Old 10-02-2007, 11:01 PM   #1
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A few inhabitants of the 135 gal

The tank is so big and the fish keep swimming from side to side endlessly it is hard to get pics of them. A few pics of some of the inhabitants.

2 of my rosy barbs

Rosy barbs, small bala, black molly, paradise fish, and swordtails.

Rainbows, swords, and rosy barbs.

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Nice looking fish, Anne.

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I LOVE that tree trunk
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a 135 gal tank, and you're showing us barbs, mollies, and swords - where are all the the pacus, arowanas, and oscars? They must be hiding behind that dead tree you have in there!

Your fish must be very happy with all the space - their colors are fantastic!
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Awesome, I like the tree trunk as well!
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I agree - the fish's colors are fantastic! I like the substrate. What is it? It looks fine, not big.

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Looks gr8.

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