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Photo Caption: 26 Gallon Bowfront, 8 Rosy Barbs and 1 Pleco of unknown species (not sailfin)
26 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 26 Gallon Bowfront, 8 Rosy Barbs and 1 Pleco of unknown species (not sailfin)

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: Standard 26 gallon bow-front. Has 1 Aqueon Power Filter with Chemi-Pure Elite media. Lighting is a single T-8 Fluorescent lamp. Marine land 150W stealth heater. Decorated with driftwood and various rocks, one of which is a large quartz surrounded by a white granite. Artificial plants are used sparingly.
Advice: Don't worry your self with maintaining perfect water quality. Adding chemicals to alter water parameters as a beginner will certainly end in disaster. Do weekly water changes and be sure to cycle the tank before addition of live stock.
Fish Kept: Eight Rosy Barbs One Plecostomus of unknown species (not a sailfin)
Corals/Plants: Artificial Plants only
Tank Size: 26 gallons
About Yourself: College student studying neurobiology. Bipolar and the aquarium hobby provides a great source of relaxing time.

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