Photo #3 - This Is My Oscar Tank, W/ Pc Lighting Which My Pl...

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Photo Caption: This is my Oscar tank, w/ PC lighting which my plants love!!! All my other fish are hiding! :)
46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 46gal bow front
freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - albino oscar stocking in 46 gallons tank - Oscar
freshwater fish - astronotus ocellatus - albino oscar stocking in 46 gallons tank - This is my Oscar tank, w/ PC lighting which my plants love!!! All my other fish are hiding! :)

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 46 gal Bowfront, W/ 2x96 watt power compact lighting,Canister filter, and hang on filter w/ bio wheels
Advice: take your time, dont rush, dont overload tank!!! Make sure read about hobby b/f going out and just buying fish and dumping then into tank...take time to read about it, all info you need is at your finger tips! GOOD LUCK!
Fish Kept: 2 oscars, 2 upside down catfish, 1large leopard pleco....they all get along great...every now and then the Oscars w/ size each other up and flare at each other...but they love each other!! lol !!
Corals/Plants: 2 Caomba who just looks great under this lighting and grows fast. 1 Anacharis that is about to grow out of my tank, but water flow keeps it flowing through the water rather than growing straight up, this plant also looking good under PC lighting!
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: Never give up!!
About Yourself: Loved the hobby since i was a child, and still love it to this day..

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