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29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 29 gallon freshwater

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon glass freshwater aquarium. AquaClear 70 HOB filter. AquaClear 50 HOB filter. MarineLand 100 watt Stealth heater. Lifegard digital thermometer. 4100k single tube 24" lighting. Bubble Stone and pump. Environment includes: 30 lbs small black gravel. about 24 plastic plants. 18" fake rotten tree trunk. Currently housing: 4x Emerald Green Cory Cats 2x Red Velvet Swordtails (females) 4x Marigold Swordtail (females) 2x Neon Swordtail (males) 2x Harlequin Rasbora 2x Bloodfin Tetra 2x Black Neon Tetra 7x Neon Tetra 1x Glo Light Tetra
Advice: Plan out what you want to do. Correctly cycle your tank and do not try to rush. Research, research, research your supplies and fish you would like to keep. Bigger is better in my opinion and gives you a better finished picture!
Fish Kept: Currently housing: 4x Emerald Green Corey Cats 2x Red Velvet Swordtails (females) 4x Marigold Swordtail (females) 2x Neon Swordtail (males) 2x Harlequin Rasbora 2x Bloodfin Tetra 2x Black Neon Tetra 7x Neon Tetra 1x Glo Light Tetra
Corals/Plants: All plastic.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: I have been keeping freshwater aquariums since about 2008. I currently have a 29 gallon and a 20 gallon running. Looking to do a 75-120 gallon very soon with swordtails and just let them breed!

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