Photo #2 - Community Tank - Black Ghost Knifefish, Clown Lo...

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freshwater fish stocking in 55 gallons tank - Kuhli loaches
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Community tank

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 55gal freshwater partially planted tank. We purchased the tank used with decorations and gravel as well as filter and air stone. Marineland 3stage Filter, zoohi submersible heater, risepro temperature sensor. We rigged up some LED shop lights with 3D printed feet to sit atop the aquarium hood - it was a better solution than the built in light fixtures.
Advice: Take your time! Not everything is going to work out the way you want it to. Not every fish will get along: so do your research for tank mates. Be patient - good bioculture doesn`t happen overnight.
Fish Kept: Black Ghost Knifefish, Clown Loach, Black Skirt Tetra, Neon Tetra, Panda Cory Cat, Long Fin White Cloud, Red Minor Serpae Tetra, Bolivian Ram, Common Pleco, Kuhli Loach, Redtail Shark, Dario Botia Loach
Corals/Plants: Various plants. Will get back to this later!
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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