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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Tank
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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: Community tank 48X12X21 Bought tank hood and stand used. Repainted stand and hood and add door pulls. Used sand substrate and live plants. T12 daylight fluorescent light. 2 20" CCF true blue lights for background. Rena XP3 Filter. Marineland 250 Watt Stealth heater.
Advice: Find out how to do a fishless cycle.
Fish Kept: 6 Dwarf Rainbow 2 Bosemani Rainbow 6 glow light Danio 5 Zebra Danio 1 Fancy Beta 1 Albino bristle nose (Fat Freddy)
Corals/Plants: Java Mass Java Fern
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I started with a 10gal tank for my boy and found out how much I loved taking care of it. Upgraded to 37 gal (big mistake). I found out I am OCD with my tanks. Upgraded to 55 with sand. I have to clean the sand every day I can't help myself. I missed 1 day in the 2 months the 55 has been up and I could not sleep knowing the sand was dirty.

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