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freshwater fish - melanotaenia boesemani - boesemani rainbow stocking in 180 gallons tank - Atlantis

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: Oceanic 180 gallon, 24" deep x 60" long x 29" tall, MegaFlow model 4 wet/dry, Quiet One 4000, Coralife 48" 260 watt freshwater, AZOO 500 watt titanium heater, Submariner 9 watt UV, PinPoint PH controller, AZOO battery back up air pump,
Advice: Monthly Water Changes are a must. My Monthly Method: 1. I Fill a trash can using an RO filter. 2. Heat water to same temperature as the aquarium 72. 3. Add PH conditioner and other chemistry. PH 6.5 Temperature at 72 to 75 GH 75 ppm KH 80 ppm I use freshwater aquarium salt also. 4. Clean aquarium using a Python siphon. 5. Refill tank from trash can using the pump. I use a 65 gallon trash can.
Fish Kept: black banded leoporinus, black widow tetra, angel fish, clown loach, neon tetra, long fin zebra danio, false julii cory cat, australian rainbow, red phantium tetra, pleco, bala shark, ember tetra, otocinclus cat, albino weather, white skirt tetra.
Corals/Plants: Artificial Plants,
Tank Size: 180 gallons

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