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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 72 gallon freshwater 55 gallon freshwater 29 gallon freshwater (breeding tank) 5 gallon freshwater 2.5 gallon for betta 14 gallon bio-cube 29 gallon bio-cube
Advice: Be patient and the rewards will be well worth it.
Fish Kept: 20 blue foot hermit crabs, 10 Margarita Snails. 3 nassarius snails.2 clown"s. 1 fire fish Angels, sword tails, cory cats, pleco's, botias, redtail shark, Kissing gouriami (19 yrs old)
Corals/Plants: small colony of green polyps. (3/24). Green mushrooms (4/4). Trumpet coral (4/4). Star polyps (4/14) Blue mushrooms (4/18). Green striped mushrooms (4/18). Pom Pom xiena (5/12). Red mushrooms (5/30)
Tank Size: 14 gallons
About Yourself: My girlfriend and I have been in the hobby for more than 20 years apiece. We have raised everything from guppies to discus. We have multiple fresh water community tanks and 2 bio-cubes (14 and 29 gallon) set up as reefs. we are presently trying are hand at breeding angels.

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