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Photo Caption: This is my 20gall tank with 30 power filter, heater, and 15 flourecent light. It houses 3 albino cory (soon to be 3 more panda cories), 1 otto, 2 bolivian rams, and 6 neon tetra, semi planted, with pea gravel, red ludgwiga, mondo grass, java moss, and java fern.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my 20gall tank with 30 power filter, heater, and 15 flourecent light. It houses 3 albino cory (soon to be 3 more panda cories), 1 otto, 2 bolivian rams, and 6 neon tetra, semi planted, with pea gravel, red ludgwiga, mondo grass, java moss, and java fern.

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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: This is a normal 20gall tank with flouresent lighting and a 30powerd wisper filter, a 100watt heater, then I have a normal 2gall tank with mini heater and azoo palm filter with incandesent light, then I have a 29planted tank with flouresent lighting and a 40powered filter and a 15 powered filter and a big heater, (not sure what watt),
Advice: Do your reserch!
Fish Kept: to many, LOL angel bolivian ram african cichlid guppies playties mollies betta's goldfish pleco algea eater oto alibino cory khuli loach gouramies neon tetra lamp eye tetra lemon tetra killie female betta to many others
Corals/Plants: amazon sword anarchis cambonia (sp) fava fern mony wort (I wouldnt suggest them, they make HUGE messes) red lauigia looking for java moss
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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