Photo #2 - This Is My Other Tank With Convict Cichlids And ...

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Photo Caption: This is my other tank With Convict Cichlids and (Pair)Red headed Geophagus 1 reg Plec and java moss and drift wood with some pots for hiding. Simple but beautiful. Thank you for looking.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Just under a year into the hobby.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my other tank With Convict Cichlids and (Pair)Red headed Geophagus 1 reg Plec and java moss and drift wood with some pots for hiding. Simple but beautiful. Thank you for looking.

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: Flourite substrate T5's 6500k Co2 2 rena external filters Fertilizers
Advice: Take your time and do research.
Fish Kept: 4Cherry barbs 3Green Tiger barbs 1Spotted Raphael Catfish 3Clown Loaches 4Black Ruby Barbs 1Albino Bushy nose Plec 1Reg Bushy nose Plec 1Otto Catfish
Corals/Plants: High Grow narrow leaf and wide leaf, Ludwiga round leaf, java moss, small and large Anubia Nana, Red flame sword, Amazon swords, Riccia, Drift wood from a local lake in Colorado
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: It's beautiful but hard work

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