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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Our soon to be chiclid tank!!

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Country: Canada
Description: My New Project: (Planted/Freshwater) Tank Setup 06/23/06 48" x 12" X 22" 2 X 40 watt 10, 000K 2 X 40 watt Blue Atinic Bulbs Aquaclear 500, Aquaclear 200, Aquaclear 150, 200 watt heater, Aquaclear 50 jetpump, Protein Skimmer (Probably won't use it in the setup) I have 60lbs of cracked granite, 2 bags of substrate and 1 piece of driftwood.
Advice: If you fail try agian, your success will come! Always be patient.
Fish Kept: 20 Neon Tetras 3 Angelfish
Corals/Plants: Currently None
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: That's a solid call!!
About Yourself: I have a 55 gallon aquarium which I got about a year ago. I started out with freshwater but decided to try saltwater. I had many successes with saltwater but unfortunately the hobby became just too expensive for me at this time. So I've decide to re-establish my freshwater tank agian.

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