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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 gallon

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State: West Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 48 inch long 55 USA gallons freshwater tropical planted tank with Cherry Barbs, Brilliant Rasboras, a Bristlenose Pleco, and Clown Loaches.
Advice: Do not believe everything you hear or read in fish stores. Always go home and check the advice you are given in books and multiple online sources before you buy anything. After a while, you will learn which LFS people actually know what they are talking about and are truthful. This applies especially in terms of adult fish size and fish compatibility.
Fish Kept: Barbus Titteyi, Chromobotia Macracanthus, Rasbora Borapatensis, Ancistrus.
Corals/Plants: Cryptocoryne Wendtii, Java Fern, Java Fern Windelov, and Wisteria
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: My mother and grandmother both kept aquariums during my childhood and passed on the hobby.

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