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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: I have a 55 gal. glass aquarium. Marineland single bright led lights and a Koralia circulation pump.
Advice: Start slow and try new things! Be patient and use your imagination!
Fish Kept: Black Phantom Tetra, Black Ghost Knife Fish, Royal Pleco (L-191), Black Kuhlii Loach, African Butterfly, Red Minor Serpae Tetra, Colombian Zebra Pleco, Albino Blue-Eyed Bristlenose Pleco, Turquoise/ Australian Rainbow fish, Whisker Shrimp, Apistoe Red Tail Shark
Corals/Plants: I currently have Hornwort, Jungle Val, and 3 pieces of driftwood.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Live everyday like it's your last
About Yourself: I had an aquarium when i was younger but i had no choice on what went into the aquarium or how it looked. When i could afford to start my own aquarium that's when i started really enjoying it and two years of having my 55 gallon aquarium i just felt like i needed more than that. So now i have multiple aquariums and am currently breeding two kinds of fish. So my slight interest 2 years ago turned into a great hobby and something i really love doing.

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