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Photo Caption: 90 gal 'Amazon' tank with 14 turquoise discus, 10 dwarf corys, 8 dwarf cichlids and a flash pleco; also Amano shrimp, snails and dwarf crayfish
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 90 gal 'Amazon' tank with 14 turquoise discus, 10 dwarf corys, 8 dwarf cichlids and a flash pleco; also Amano shrimp, snails and dwarf crayfish

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 90 gal 'Amazon' tank; 48" x 30" x 18", with driftwood, river sand, and crypts and other plants. Canister filter and bi (sometimes tri) weekly 50% water changes.
Advice: Don't be in a rush to fill your tank with fish! And if you are able, keep them in an isolation tank for at least two weeks before introducing them into your established tank. And don't be 'medication happy' at the first signs of illness: clean water and good food go a long way in helping fish fight off disease on their own.
Fish Kept: discus, altum angels, wild Peruvian angels, Africans (Tanganyikans), Endler's, brackish, native American fish
Corals/Plants: many
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: I like fish

COMMENTS

Very interesting Tank you have. The wood is cool looking. Nice Job! fish avatar

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