Photo #1 - My Breeding Pair Of Angelfish

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: A nice tank that goes for function rather than form.
Advice: Do research please. SO many new hobbyists do not understand cycling tanks, and how it works. Also please research your fish. Don't put agressive fish with peaceful ones. Its a waste of a life.
Fish Kept: 4 Leopard Gouramis, 2 Breeding Angelfish, 4 Coryadora cats, 3 Clown Loaches, 2 Angelicus Loaches, 2 Common Plecos.
Corals/Plants: Christmas Moss
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: If by dork, you mean stud...
About Yourself: I started when I was young. My mom ended up cleaning the first tank out with soap while the fish were in there, killing every last one. I waited and finally got another tank when I was 12. I got interested in breeding mollies when mine started expelling babies like a pez dispenser. I eventually upgraded to a 55 gallon that I still use today. I breed angelfish, discus, and am trying my hand at bristlenoses and leopard gouramis.

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