Photo #1 - This Is My Main Tank - It's 65 Gallons

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Photo Caption: This is my main tank - it's 65 gallons
65 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my main tank - it's 65 gallons

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 65 Gallon rectangular tank on a large stand I bought from petco Penguin 350 HOB filter 12" air bar from large whisper pump Coralife fluorescent light (I can't remember the name or the output) Heater (only if it gets too cold in my apartment) generous layer of medium sized gravel 2 pieces of driftwood 3 medium sized pieces of Tufa rock
Fish Kept: In my main tank: 3 Pearl Gouramis 3 gold dojo loaches 2 adult male african clawed frogs 1 tiger barb 3 siamese algae eaters 2 plecostomus snails 1 crayfish 2 red platys 1 Otocinclos 8 glass catfish In a separate tank, I have an adult Senegal Bichir (Polypterus Senegalus). I can't put him in my larger tank because he'll eat the other fish. He's looking for a new home! In a fishbowl on my counter I have a moontail betta, an African dwarf frog and a baby African clawed frog.
Corals/Plants: Several plants - Wisteria, onion and 2 other kinds I can't remember the names of
Tank Size: 65 gallons

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