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State: North Dakota
Country: United States
Description: All Glass Aquarium: Eheim 2215 Canister Filter: All Glass 200W Heater: Natural Rock: All Live lants: Driftwood: 110 W 2X55 High Output Power Compact Flourescent lighting (9000K): DIY CO2: Eco-Complete Substrate.
Advice: We have learned that researching the internet and getting advice from other hobbyists is very beneficial. Take any advice you can get. The forums are a great start.
Fish Kept: Guppies, Corydora, Pleco, Tiger Barb, Eastern Musk Turtle
Corals/Plants: Microsword, Amazon Sword Plant, Moneywort, Wisteria, Mondo Grass, Red Ludwigia, Red Temple, Java Moss.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Graduating college in 4 years is like leaving a party at 11.
About Yourself: My fiance and I live in North Dakota. I am a Network Specialist and she is a Pharmacy Technician. We got into this hobby because we both loved fish as kids. Having never had more than a 5 gallon aquarium, we decided to jump into it again and absolutely love it.

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Lovely tank! fish avatar
Hi guys, I love your tank. Beautiful set-up because of the great colour and texture contrasts. fish avatar

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