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Photo Caption: 90 gallon tank with 8 juvenile forntosas, 3 muliplicantis synodonis, and 1 euphious synodis. Almost all live plants. Ther are three plastic plants used in holding up the leaves of the live wide leaf sagatarious. I also have a veriety of diffrent anubiass. The tank has timers to turn the moon lights on and off as well as the day lighting.
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 90 gallon tank with 8 juvenile forntosas, 3 muliplicantis synodonis, and 1 euphious synodis. Almost all live plants. Ther are three plastic plants used in holding up the leaves of the live wide leaf sagatarious. I also have a veriety of diffrent anubiass. The tank has timers to turn the moon lights on and off as well as the day lighting.

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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: The tank is a regular 90 gallon. 48'x18'x25 The fronts are in with a variety of sinadonis catfish. I have multiple live plants including a variety of anubias and wide leaf sagitartius. The tank is running on a Fluval 404. There are two 48 inch bulbs. one Actinic blue and the other a day light bulb.
Advice: Water changes really help your tank. I do a 50% water change weekly,this helps the fish in the tank grow very quickly. Water changes help maintain a healthier enviroment for your fish. They really will amke your aquarium all the better.
Fish Kept: Oscars, Tetras, Frontosas, Peacock eels, synodonis.
Corals/Plants: Plants are a new hobby for me. I am just starting out with the palnts seen in the Frontosa Tank.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: go crazy with your tank. It's only money.

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