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Just wanted to share my fairly new 125 gallon setup. It's stocked with 25 F1 Red Rainbow Kasanga and 12 F1 Kiriza Kaiser II. I took a couple pics to show my setup but it was right after a water change so the water is a little cloudy. I'll take some better pics when I get my real camera back including close ups of the fish!





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Cracking tank set up , is that back to nature rock?
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Cracking tank set up , is that back to nature rock?
Hey Deano the bigger background rocks are pangea rock modules and the smaller ones are real lace rock.
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looks great , even better with the bigger picture

wheres the pangea rock modules from mate
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Very NICE tank and the rocks make the tank looks humongous!!!
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looks great , even better with the bigger picture

wheres the pangea rock modules from mate
Ordered them from aquarium habitats here in the states. I love the back to nature modules but they are just unbelievably expensive.
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Ordered them from aquarium habitats here in the states. I love the back to nature modules but they are just unbelievably expensive.

and even more if i got them shipped to the uk

but very nice mate, you must be well chuffed!
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nice set up you got there man. what kind of substrate you got there?
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Loving the set up...
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