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Country: Canada
Description: tank is 55gal. 48x13x20.5, 250w heater, dual chamber whisper hang on filter, undergravel filter with air stone, diy co2, florecent lights, white gravel, rocks, slate and drift wood.
Advice: make sure you can cycle your tank before adding expensive fish... take the advise dont learn the hard way...research everthing and ask questions
Fish Kept: 5 denisoni barbs, 2 kribensis, 1 spotted pleco, 1 albino cory, 4 pink zebra danios, 2 zebra danios, 4 neon tetras, 3 albino tetras, 5 white cloud minows, 2 lemon tetras, 1 pea puffer to eat the snails that came with my plants...
Corals/Plants: floating plants (salvinia), juncus repens (tall grass), rosanervig, java fern, grass, moss, limnophila. assorted bits of coral throughout the tank to maintain ph with my 3 pieces driftwood.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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