Photo #2 - Jack Dempsey (center) And Cory Cat Fish (left) W/...

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Photo Caption: Jack Dempsey (center) and cory cat fish (left) w/ various feeder fish.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - my tank - before switch over to eco complete
freshwater fish - nandopsis octofasciatum - jack dempsey stocking in 55 gallons tank - Jack Dempsey (center) and cory cat fish (left) w/ various feeder fish.

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gal Acrylic with all-glass tops and 48 inch triple strip fluorescent bulbs (2x Zoo-Med Ultra Suns, 1x Flora Sun) w/ dual moon lights Stealth visatherm heater, 10lb tank of c02 w/ DIY mister, ehiem liquidoser (Custom mix of seachem florish, seachem excel, and kent pro-plant 2 ml per day).
Advice: Go big or don't go at all.
Fish Kept: Jack Dempsey, Salvini, Kory cat fish, pleco, feeder fish
Corals/Plants: 6x Amazon swords, 1x java fern, java moss, wystera, 2x red ozolet swords, dwarf sagittaria
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: the loudest sound in the world is a click when you expect a bang.

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