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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: my tank is pretty basic so far i added some local freshwater rocks, i 've had these rocks for about a year in previous tank with my deceased red zebra O.J the name fits him perfectly. lost him to ick.the hairgrass is artificial i have my tank heated to a steady 78-80 degrees ,acouple t8 natural blue lights and sand substrate i do a 30% change every 3 days to keep low ammonia. i also added my penguin 30g for some added filtration. this tank has been up for about 1 week and im proud to say it's goin good .
Advice: learn it,love it,live it start out with books and start small i started with a 30g and took a year and a half to feel comfortable to move up, it's no fun buying up the lfs and having nothing but tragedy. Aso have fun.
Fish Kept: i have quite the mix and so far they seem to co-habitate fine(lets hope it stays like that)1 blue psuedotropheus(malawi blue): 1 red pseudo zebra:1auratus(new to the family, female) and are you ready! 1adult male convict (zeus) almost 2 yrs old and 4 of his kids one of em albino i gifted the rest the mother did not make it.
Corals/Plants: as said before local lake rock and artificial hairgrass.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: learn it, love it, live it
About Yourself: im a 33 yr old glad to say aquarist. i've always had a love of fish since a young boy my father introduced me to the hobby, im just carring it on me and my duaghter clean and fill the tank together she loves them.

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