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State: Rhode Island
Country: United States
Description: I currently only have one 10-gallon tank in use containing an inch long electric blue Jack Dempsey. Once he has outgrown this space he'll be moved into a 55 gallon. Plans for a small scale planted tank and nano reef tank are in the works. An EVO 18 inch grow LED lighting originally purchased for a planted tank, now sits atop my cichlid's 10 gallon. The brightness may be a bit overkill, especially with the relentless algae blooms. Any recommendations for a better option? Most likely using the 18 grow EVO for the intended planted tank soon.
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Fish Kept: Over my lifetime I've kept a little bit of everything. Electric Blue Jack Dempseys and Green Terrors are my two favorites.
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Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: 19 y/o college student and animal enthusiast

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