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freshwater fish - symphysodon spp. - checkerboard discus stocking in 40 gallons tank - R.I.P. this is why you need to get rid of all parisites in your tanks
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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: I have a few but I like the biotopes the best. Planted is the only way and shot for the best you can afford. 40g breeder fluval 105 filter 75w fluval heater and curent nova extreme colormax and 20k coralife lights red flowrite substrate three Senegal bichirs 1 ruberlip 0-nitrate/nitrite 7.4ph 11dgh no co2 no ferts 30g no name 75w heater coralife 30" 50/50 single whisper 20 black flowrite substrate. 1 3"discus 4 monten ninows 1 glow lite tetra 1 ruberlip 6.4- ph 0 nitrite/nitrate 11-dgh 84F no ferts/co2 empty 75g acrylic with black top nothing else for this tank at the moment
Advice: Don't listen to the pet shops they now what sells and not much more if you want the truth try the internet...
Fish Kept: Discus, Bichirs and small ones but more to come
Corals/Plants: all kinds of plants that live in the low light set ups for now
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: Alpha and Omega, from begining to the end...
About Yourself: Hi, I love fish it's what I do. I try to keep them in there natural habitat but that's hard some times and I don't believe in water changes as a cleaning method, they are only to replace trace minerals not get ride off wast that's what the filter and plants are for. but if you don't take my word for it just look at my tanks and tell me how they work.

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