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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon tank #1 -Anacharis growing for oxygen -Double fluorescent lighting -Whisper 60 filter + Aquaclear 20 filter -Getting a Fluval 305 to replace HOB filters -Stealth Heater
Advice: -If you're going to start, start big! -READ BEFORE YOU BUY, especially before you buy a fish. -Buy used, but buy carefully. -Be prepared for an expensive hobby!
Fish Kept: -Tank 1 -4 inch Blue Gourami - Raymond -3 inch Snakeskin Gourami - Coil -3 Inch Pearl Gourami - Beaker -3 inch Swordtail Fish - Hilt -2 Inch Peppered Cory - Alex -1 Inch Peppered Cory - Pepper -3 1 Inch Bronze Cory - Lenny, Achilles and Patroclus -1 Inch Julii Cory - Shoo -4 Pearl Danios -2 White Mountain River Danios -2 Neon Tetras -2 Japanese Algae Eating Shrimp -4 Ghost Shrimp (one is pregnant) -Tank 2 -3 Convict Cichlids - Bertha, Thelma and Louise -1 Oscar - Hermes -1 Rubbernosed Pleco - Rover -Tank 3 -3 Yoyo Loachs - Baldwin, Gordy, Woody -4 Serpae Tetras - Bohemund and pals -2 Drawf Gouramis - Blue and Red -Tank 4 -Red Clawed Crab - Scuttles
Corals/Plants: Anacharis
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I got into fish by rescuing a Betta my friend was sick of. I loved Atilla and got hooked. I now have four tanks and just recently bought an Oscar.

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