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Photo Caption: View of right side
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new 55 gallon tank with artificial plants and driftwood full view. Please see the additional pictures for close ups of the features of this tank.
fish tank picture - Picture of Fluval 305 Canister filter positioned under the tank in the base.
fish tank picture - Nice close up of Angels.
fish tank picture - View looking from one end of the tank to the other from the top now to show water clarity and depth of the plant bed.
fish tank picture - Another view from end to end with paradise gourami at bottom.
fish tank picture - View looking from one end of the tank to the other at the bottom to show water clarity and depth of the plant bed. Fish pictured is Angel and paradise gourami at the bottom in the plants.
fish tank picture - Another view of the gravel bed close up under the driftwood.
fish tank picture - Here is a close up of the gravel bottom that shows what I was talking about in the description. The gravel bottom is sand that is used for sand blasting, then is lightly layered and sprinkled with larger river gravel to give it a natural look and texture to the bottom of the tank. The sand is about $12 for 50 lb bag, it took 2 bags for this tank but not all of the 2nd bag was used. Contact me if you are interested in how to clean this sand before you place it into your tank.
fish tank picture - Center close up with fish.
fish tank picture - Left side with gouramis, angels, and cardinals close up.
fish tank picture - Close up of right side with gouramis, angels, and cardinals.
fish tank picture - Close up of gouramis and cardinals on right side.
fish tank picture - Close up of right side with gouramis and cardinals.
fish tank picture - Close up from left side looking right.
fish tank picture - View from right side at an angle looking left.
fish tank picture - More close ups of fish from center of tank.
fish tank picture - Close up of fish on left side of tank
fish tank picture - Close up of center of tank.
fish tank picture - Close up of Angels and Cardinals
fish tank picture - View of right side
fish tank picture - View of left side with cardinals
fish tank picture - My new 55 gallon tank with artificial plants and driftwood full view. Please see the additional pictures for close ups of the features of this tank.

More Info

State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon freshwater tank with artificial plants. Tank maintained with Fluval 305 canister filter, AquaClear Powerhead 50, undergravel filter, Hydor Theo 200w heater. Lighted with 48" fluorescent 40 watt Power-Glo made by Hagen. The color spectrum of this bulb is 18000K. The gravel bed consists of a fine pebble that is used for sand blasting. Then took some of the larger natural rock and sprinkled some on top of the smaller gravel to give it a more natural textured look. See additional pics for close ups of this gravel.
Advice: Take your time and be patient when setting up and maintaining a tank. This is suppose to be enjoyable so if you do what you need to do and be patient and let the tank cycle and do your water changes the rest will come easy and then your tank will give you much enjoyment.
Fish Kept: Currently since this is a new tank since I am using my old for a reef tank I only have 2 paradise gouramis, 2 Angels, 10 cardinals, 3 rummy nose, algae eater.
Corals/Plants: Tetra Water Wonders Artificial Plants and Artificial Driftwood.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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