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Country: Canada
Description: FLUVAL VICENZA 260 DESIGNER AQUARIUM BOWED FRONT T5 POWER GLOW 2X39" LIGHT CANISTER FILTER FLUVAL 305 HEATER 300W FLUVAL SUBMERSIBLE SUBMISIBLE UV FILTER
Advice: Reading forums like this has helped me alot. Keep up with your water changes, this has helped my fish alot. I keep my fish fed twice a day and they all have good health.
Fish Kept: 1 ALBINO CICHLID 1 YELLOW LAB CICHID 3 ABINO CORY DORAS 3 YELLOW SMALL FISH ?? 2 APPLE SNAIL 2 PERROT FISH 5 TIGER BARBS 2 GREEN TIGER BARB 4 RED TIGER BARB 1 RED CRAY FISH 4 gold fish
Corals/Plants: ARTIFICIAL DECOR
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: NEVER SAY NEVER
About Yourself: I started playing in this hobby when I was a kid. When I moved up north, since there where no pet shops I gave it a break for a few years but now that I am back, so is my hobby. I'm planning on upgrading to a much bigger setup in the future with natural plants.

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This is a gorgeous shot of an Odessa Barb. Although you don't list it in the list of fish in your tank, I can see them in there. I am an Odessa Barb breeder and recently moved to Canada. Your photo is exceptionally good. The Odessa is very happy in your tank. Please feel free to contact me. I have videos of my tanks at TigerBarbs . com fish avatar

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