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State: Maine
Country: United States
Description: 65 gallon acrylic tank 48"x13"x24"Tall. Eheim External Filter. Rocks, Driftwood and Artificial Plants
Advice: Read about the species before you buy. When stocking a community tank, peaceful fish go in first and the most aggressive species should go in last.
Fish Kept: Top Bunch: 7 Angelfish, 1 Gold Gourami, 1 Opaline Gourami, 2 White Cloud Minnows, and 8 Serpae Tetras, Ground Crew: 3 Clown Loaches, 2 Spotted Rafael Catfish, 1 Bumlbebee Catfish, 1 Red-tailed Shark and 1 Pleco
Corals/Plants: Tetra Water Wonder Artificial Plants with resin rock base. And a few cheaper plastic plants. The yellow flowers around the right piece of wood are now algae covered and the same happend to the orange flowers behind the left driftwood. Time to get in there and clean them up I guess.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack. -Rudyard Kipling
About Yourself: I've been in the hobby for over 20 years. My grandfather gave me my first tank as a pre-teen, and i've been hooked ever since. I would love to have giant tanks everywhere, if I could. My love for the Angelfish has grown over the years, and I say, why not always have angels in the house?

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