Photo #1 - Clown Angelfish, The Strips That Are A Little Da...

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Photo Caption: Clown Angelfish, the strips that are a little dark.some times become very dark and other times they are completely gone.
freshwater fish - pterophyllum scalare - clown angelfish stocking in 55 gallons tank - Clown Angelfish, the strips that are a little dark.some times become very dark and other times they are completely gone.
fish tank picture - before the fish
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - before the fish

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: standard 55 gallon tank. Bio wheel rated for 75 gallons, aqua clear filter rated for 50 gallons.
Advice: Bigger the tank, the easier it is to maintain. (if you don't over stock) The filter reads 40 gallon. It's really only good for 20 gallons.
Fish Kept: 1) clown angelfish, 1) upside down catfish, 2) peaceful african cichlids, 4) platties, 1) bronze cory, 1) spotted cory, 1) albino cory, 1) scum sucker "algae eater" , 1) blue gourami
Corals/Plants: All plastic
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Ha ha ha
About Yourself: 22 years old, started when I was 10 years old. I had a couple of tanks that failed because I had no idea what I was doing. Since started up again like a year and half ago, its been going great. Still learning, I don't think I will ever know it all.

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