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Photo Caption: fish just chillen, I am going to be replacing the gravel wiht the salt n pepper sand after one of the pundamillia lets out her babies
75 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - fish just chillen, I am going to be replacing the gravel wiht the salt n pepper sand after one of the pundamillia lets out her babies

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: its a standard 75 gallon with a 48inch fluorescent light, I have a rena xp3 running along with a magnum h.o.t. with the water polishing filter running and a submersible heater
Advice: Patience, patience and patience
Fish Kept: 2 yellow lab, 1 kenyi, 4 red top hongi, 3 pundamillia nyererei, 2 Metriaclima greshakei, 1 venustus, 2 synodontis upside down catfish, and 3 pleco
Corals/Plants: zero, i would like to some time
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: "Miss? If you were yogurt, would you be fruit at the bottom or stirred?"
About Yourself: I am a computer nerd dealing with networks, I play the guitar, and have been in the fish hobby since I was about 10

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