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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: This is my first planted tank that I really put some research into. It's a low tech tank running on tek 4x54. Planning to put on metal halides later on when I switch the other mh bulbs. Has pressurize CO2. The fish that are in this tank are wild alenquer with cardinal tetras, some ottos, a pleco, some rummynose, crystal red shrimp, some amano shrimp, and some angelfish.
Advice: A lot of research. Its better to be patient then blowing away money and not keeping the fish alive.
Fish Kept: african cichlids, angelfish, discus, plecos,
Corals/Plants: amazon sword, java fern, tiger lotus, some crypts, I dont know the name of the rest.
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: Im Rick James Bi---!
About Yourself: I'm a college student. Going into junior year. I'm 22 years old. I like keeping fish since I was little. Most of the fish I kept died. The longest fish I kept was some oscars. They live till about 7 or 8 years before they died. Started out with a betta. I keep fish as a hobby outside of college. Have 6 more years until I finish dental school.

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it is nice, but try arranging the plants so that it looks better. also carefull how you take the picture as you did not get the best out of it. use something for it't back part, so that the wires and stuff are not visible fish avatar

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