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Photo Caption: 90 Gallon with stand and canopy 2 AquaClear 500 powerfilters 3 AquaClear 402 powerhead 2 undergavel plates 1 300 watt underwater heater 1 SecondNature Challenger III air pump 3 gang valve 20 ft. of air lines fake plants real lavastone, slate and other rocks scattered around
90 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 90 Gallon with stand and canopy 2 AquaClear 500 powerfilters 3 AquaClear 402 powerhead 2 undergavel plates 1 300 watt underwater heater 1 SecondNature Challenger III air pump 3 gang valve 20 ft. of air lines fake plants real lavastone, slate and other rocks scattered around

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 90 Gallon with stand and canopy 2 AquaClear 500 powerfilters 3 AquaClear 402 powerhead 2 undergavel plates 1 300 watt underwater heater 1 SecondNature Challenger III air pump 3 gang valve 20 ft. of air lines fake plants real lavastone, slate and other rocks scattered around
Advice: ask around, a dumb question is one not asked!!
Fish Kept: no fish yet !! just set it up.
Corals/Plants: eventually want to go with real plants
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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What kind of fish are you going to put in? I would love to soon upgrade my 46 to a 90 gallon or so. Looks nice so far fish avatar

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