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Photo Caption: 2 Blue Diamond Discus, 2 Baby Blue Panda Discus, 2 Gold Twin-barred Platy, 1 Red Wag Platy, 1 Algae Eater
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 2 Blue Diamond Discus, 2 Baby Blue Panda Discus, 2 Gold Twin-barred Platy, 1 Red Wag Platy, 1 Algae Eater

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 2x55 gallon Marineland Biowheel LED tanks. One is a Cichlid Tank and the other is a Discus Tank with some live plants. Also, have a 29 gallon Bio Wheel. All Fresh Water.
Advice: Read, Read, and Read some more! Dont be afraid to ask questions!
Fish Kept: First 55g Tank: 2 Convict Cichlids, 4 Tiger Barbs, 1 Firemouth Cichlid, 2 Plecos 2nd 55g Tank: 2 Blue Diamond Discus, 2 Baby Blue Panda Discus, 2 Gold Twin-barred Platy, 1 Red Wag Platy, 1 Algae Eater 29 Gallon Tank : 2 Parrot Head Cichlid, 2 Blue Gourami, 2 Algae Eater
Corals/Plants: Fake Plants and Driftwood. Hornwort Plant
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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