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Photo Caption: 36 bow front, Cory cats, stick cat, tetras, danios, striped raphael cat, platys, cherry/ghost shrimp, dwarf gourami, bristlenose placo.
36 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 36 bow front, Cory cats, stick cat, tetras, danios, striped raphael cat, platys, cherry/ghost shrimp, dwarf gourami, bristlenose placo.

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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: 36 gallon bow front, blue/red spectrum light, aqueon quiet flow 50 filter.
Advice: Go slow and if possible do a fishless cycle. It will save you many water changes, which I found out the hard way.
Fish Kept: Dwarf fire gourami, dwarf red gourami, 3 Cory cats, striped raphael cat, stick catfish, 5 skirt tetras (2 black, 2 albino, 1 glo tetra), 4 platys, 7 zebra danios, 3 cherry shrimp, 5 ghost shrimp, and a bristlenose placo.
Corals/Plants: Plants are all artificial, because I cannot keep real ones alive.
Tank Size: 36 gallons

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