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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 52 gallon Perfecto Hexagonal Flatback. Emperor 400 filter AquaClear500 Rena Filtstar x3 PowerGlo 40W 18000K lighting 250W Visi-Therm Stealth heater Whisper 60 air pump ----------------------------------------- 29 Gallon Pengiun 150 PowerGlo ---------------------------------------- 20 Gallon Aquaclear30 Whisper 30 ---------------------------------------- 2.5 Gallon Sponge lol
Advice: Research! Do it! Don't experiment without actually seeing what has worked and not worked with other people. Forums are great places for this!! Water changes! Do it! It makes the difference. Watch your fish... know them and let them know you. Watch their behavior especially when feeding.
Fish Kept: 2 Pink Convicts 3" Cichasoma nigrofasciatum 1 Blue Acaras 3.5" Aequidens pulcher 1 Festivum 3" Cichlasoma festae 1 Rhino Pleco 7" Pterygoplichthys sp 1 Leopard Frog Pleco L134 Peckoltia sp. 5 Giant Danios 1.5" Danio aequipinnatus 1 Senegalus Bichir 6" Polypterus senegalus 3 Emerald Cat Brochis Splendens 3 Serpae Tetras Hyphessobrycon serpae 2 Buenos Aires Tetras Hemigrammus caudovittatus 2 Pearl Gouramis Trichogaster leeri 3 Black Convicts Cichasoma nigrofasciatum (Black; 1 male, 2 female) 7 Black Skirt Tetras Gymnocorymbus ternetzi 1 Firemouth - T. Meeki 4 Zebra Danios
Corals/Plants: Lava rock Drift wood Fake plants Clay Pots River Rock
Tank Size: 101 gallons
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