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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: OK...let's see. It's a 37 gallon tall glass tank because it was the largest tank that I could buy to go on top of this really cool cabnet that I picked up at an antique shop in Cold Springs...Anyway, umm? Lighting-Coralife... Filter-Eheim... heater...Flourish Iron for water changes.
Advice: pay attention and try to have fun...
Fish Kept: 1 preacox rainbow, 2 green tiger barbs, 2 ruby dannios, 1 red fox, 3 flying foxes, 1 unknown loach(very small), 1 blue ram, 2 neon blue tetras, 4 threadfin rainbows, 2 clown loaches and more snails than I care to think about at the moment.
Corals/Plants: There's 13 to 15 different plants......................... Lace java fern... Java fern... Crinum calamistratum...Banana plant...Java moss...Algae balls and a few others that I honestly can not name...sorry.
Tank Size: 37 gallons
About Yourself: I am NYC stagehand.

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It's pretty! I want to see the antique cabinet that you're using as a stand! fish avatar

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