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75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 75 gal with (mostly) SA cichlids.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon with mostly South American "friendly" Cichlids. Eheim canister, 170 watt Compact Flourescent lights. Need to induce water with peat to regulate hardness, hence the slight "browning" of water.
Advice: Read, learn and experiment carefully.
Fish Kept: 2: Kribensis, 2: Heros Severum, 1: Geophagus Jurapari, 2: Blue Rams, 1: Festivum, 1: Keyhole, 1: Black Ghost Knife, 1: Marble Angel, 2: Corydoras, 1: Plecostomus, 1 Shovelnose Plecostomus, 6: Kribensis fry
Corals/Plants: Several Amazon Swords, java fern
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Knowledge is power
About Yourself: Had freshwater fish for year over a decade ago and took a hiatus. Back with this tank enjoying the (primarily) South American Cichlids.

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