Planted tanks and

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    Nice, I wasnt sure what it was. Thanks.
     
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    Alright, here's a few of mine...

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    kbuser92, Apr 27, 2013
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    Your tanks look awesome. Dennis I would expect nothing less from you:D I will share a few from my tank. The tank is a 75 gal. bow front about 10 years old now and I have had live plants in it for about the last 6 years. Currently have a Jack Dempsey with some tetra's and a couple of Gourami's, a pictas cat fish and a pleco.
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    Nice! Those jacks are cool fish. :)
     
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    Did a little trimming in the jungle.Here are a couple more pics.
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