Photo #2 - My Discus Tank.. Discus Are To The Left But Had T...

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Photo Caption: My Discus Tank.. Discus are to the left but had to crop them our since I had to get the file size down..
72 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Discus & Cardinals
72 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My Discus Tank.. Discus are to the left but had to crop them our since I had to get the file size down..

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 72 Gallon Bow Tank, T5 4 bulb 36 inch, canister filter, CO2 tank that bleeds into the filtration system. Liquid fertilization system once a week and 20% water changes every other day and 40% once a week.
Advice: Took me years to have some success with a planted aquarium and it wasn't until I purchased my T5 lights that things really took off..
Fish Kept: Discus, Cardinals, Plecos, Cory Cats, Cherry shrimp..
Corals/Plants: Vals, Lotus, crypts, not sure about the others..
Tank Size: 72 gallons

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Beautiful Tank ;o) fish avatar

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