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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: It's kindof cool. I've got an 18in Power-Glo bulb that really does a number for my plants. I've also got an Aqua-Safe 50g filter (I know it's a lot, but I like to be safe). I also have an Aqua-Safe 30 powerhead for the undergravel filter. The substrate is just basic gravel and river rock and the decorations are red slate.
Advice: Patience, patience, creativity, care, and patience. An aquarium takes time and love.
Fish Kept: It has four cichlids in it. If worst comes to worst and they "kick the bucket", I hope to change it into a tropical community tank.
Corals/Plants: The plants are ludwigia, anacharis, mondo grass, bacopa, java fern, some other stuff, and a very large sword kind of like a peace lily.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: none
About Yourself: I've been into the fish hobby for most of my life. I'm 18 and I work at Petsmart in the specialty department.

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