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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 gallon planted

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: I have a 55 gallon planted tank with a pretty large piece of driftwood for the center piece. For equipment I a have a Aqua Clear 70 with surface skimmer, Aquaticlife T5 2x54w with mounted legs, and a Fluval 150w heater. UPDATE: I added a Turbo twist UV Sterilizer 3x with Maxi-Jet 106 pump. I also added a Fluval C3 (Amazing filter). I feed my fish a wide range of foods to get maximum nutrients (And yes, I make sure I am not feeding them too much) I feed them fresh frozen blood worms, floating flakes, sinking flakes, daphnia, brine shrimp and algae wafers. I also am starting a 55 gallon Malawi Cichlid tank, and I have a 12 gallon heavily planted nano cube. I go to That Fish Place every other week to get supplies. They have great quality products and have amazing customer service.
Fish Kept: Angels (two mating pair), Danios, Yoyo Loach, Rainbow Shark, White Clouds, Croaking Gouramis (they make a very loud croaking sound when mating), Chinese Algae Eater, Bristle nose Pleco, and a upside-down catfish . UPDATE: I just added two turquoise rainbowfish.
Corals/Plants: I have 10 Italian Vals, 6 java ferns, 4 amazon swords, 4 amazon ruffled swords, 10 dwarf onion plants, 1 onion plant, java moss, and green cabombas.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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