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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: My 29 gallon tank is filtered by a Marineland BioWheel and UGF with Penquin powerhead. 150W Heater and CoraLife bulb. Plain gravel.
Advice: Let tank cycle for at least a month, unless you like to lose fish!!! Research compatibility of the fish you wish to keep
Fish Kept: Sunburst Peacock, Chilotolipia Rhoadesii, Synodontis Angelicus x2, and a Bristlenose Pleco.
Corals/Plants: All plastic
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: The Dude Abides
About Yourself: Got started in the hobby when I was about 10. Got away from the hobby for quite a few years. Starting with a small tank to see if I can keep up with it before I EVENTUALLY GET A BIGGER ONE.

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