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29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 29 gallon with African Leaf fish and Sailfin Mollies
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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: Perfecto Aquarium Glass Tank: 30" X 181/2"X 12" Lighting: Reef Sun 50/50 Filter: Whisper Ex 30-45
Advice: Always make bi-monthly to monthly water changes. Invest in a Water Test Kit and check your water parameters often. Give your Fish a varied diet.
Fish Kept: 1 Green Spotted Puffer, 1 Spotted Climbing Perch, 1 Black Ghost Knife Fish, 2 Sailfin Mollies, 3 Harlequin Rasboros, 3 Salt & Pepper Catfish, 2 Zebra Danios, 1 Leopard Danio and 3 Rasboro Tetras
Corals/Plants: 1 Anacharis, 1 Giant Java Fern, 2 Marimo Balls , 1 Sword Plant and artificial plants and reef ornaments
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: I was very interested in fish aquatics since the age of 5. I used to watch my uncle take care of his, and loved to watch them. I am retired and love all pets. I have 2 Patterdale dogs, 1 boy and 1 girl. Also have 1 cat who is the belle of the ball. I have 2 birds. One white Lutine Cocketiel, and 1 Spanish Timbrado.

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