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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: very basic set up alot of it i got used or made my self like some of thhe plants and the background (just painted the outside back of the tank) i have 3 angels 5 corys 5 glowlight tetras 5 black tetras 5 bleeding hart tetras 6 st rasboras 6longfindanos 1pearl gurami 1blue paradise 1chinese algie eater and 1 cardinal tetra (got with the glow lights )sounds like a lot of fish however tetras give very little waste so i go by a 1 inch 2 1 half gal with them (not advise just how i do it) and bottum feeders i dont take into my fish count because themywork for you in the tank and are very helpful
Advice: have fun and do some reading you mite be surprised at how much you can learn
Fish Kept: 38fish 15 tetras 6 rasboras 6 danios 5 corys 2 guramis 3 angels1 chinese algi eater
Corals/Plants: all but the arrows in the mid are fake some are homemade by getting silk and plastic plants from craft store cleaning them and pulling them apart and used them in the tank (just used thin fishing line to tie them to any rock allready in the tank)they look great and cost less than the pet store just wash them good
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: just keep swiming
About Yourself: im 32 and have had tank of this or that all my life i love to watch them and alot of the time they are better than tv

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