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Old 04-24-2015, 05:42 PM   #21
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All I can say is WOW. Amazing!
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My Endlers tank after the vals got a haircut:

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I love your tank, the plants and Endlers look great, what a fun combination!
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Wow I love your tank the plants all the same type looks awesome!


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Nice (low-tech?) aqua for the livebearers indeed!
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Attachment 271280 150 gallon cube. Took out the overflows after a reseal. Found the wood by the river. Just got 50 assorted plants. 2 current USA freshwater plus lights. Fluval FX5.
I have 3 dollar sunfish, 20 rosy red minnows, a Raphael cat, 2 synodontis cats, a rainbow shark and 7 giant danios to put in after the cycle.Attachment 271283Attachment 271284


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I have had the Raphael for 3 years, and I agree that unless you throw algae wafers in at 4am, you won't see him!!


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I have had the Raphael for 3 years, and I agree that unless you throw algae wafers in at 4am, you won't see him!!


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