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Country: Bermuda
Description: 40 tall 36x12x21 5x30 watt Fluorescent lights on 11hrs Co2 injection ph 6.4 kh 4 temp 83 1/2 water change 2 times a week Fluval 304 seachem liquid ferts and tabs
Advice: Gain knowledge from all how are willing to teach
Fish Kept: Sailfin Molly,Fancy Guppy,Siamese Fighting Fish, Gourami's,Red-Tailed Black Shark,Siamese Algae Eater,Harlequin Rasbora,Cardinal Tetra,Neon Tetra, Rummy-Nose Tetra,Ram Cichlid,Bolivian Ram, Agassiz's Apisto,Discus,Jaguar Cichlid,Adolfo┬┤s Cory,Bristlenose Pleco,Chinese Hillstream Loach,Takashi Amano Shrimp
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria,Hygrophila ,Hemianthus micranthemoides Cryptocoryne,Hygrophila difformis,Echinodorus amazonicus,
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: one shot one kill
About Yourself: Always loved the hobby. Got serious about it 4 years ago. I mainly keep discus, I have 9 at the moment. 2 are in my planted tank. The others are in a 55-gallon grow out tank and my first and oldest, witch I nicknamed killer is in a 10-gallon tank. He is one very aggressive discus. I have been keeping plants for about 3 years and injecting co2 for 6 months. I will never go back to plastic plants again.

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