Photo #4 - My 75 Gal. At Night With The Black Light On

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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: both tank's are all glass brand, bioplate under gravel filtratin whisper 6 hang on back of tank and also a magnum 350 all on the 90. only a emperor 400 on the 75 both have marineland 250 w heaters
Advice: learn about filtration and the diff kinds of it and fiugure out which is best for your tank
Fish Kept: 10 blood parrots, 2 purple parrots, 3 choclate cichlid's,1 rainbow shark, 2 clown loach's, 2 pleco's, and a pair of orange pecock's
Corals/Plants: no plants in 90 just lace rock and bog woodand small natural gravel. The 75 has black sand with neon and glow in the dark fake plants.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: yep yep
About Yourself: always enjoy fish and enjoy having a colorfull tropical fish and establishing as natural a habitat for them

COMMENTS

i give you a 7 for the detail of the tank and the black light but did you know if you use a black light on your freshwater fish it can kill them because of the uv rays the blacklight gives not to be mean just fyi fish avatar
That's pretty cool! I like it. fish avatar

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