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planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 37 Gallon Planted Amazon
fish tank picture - 29 Gallon Green Terror Babies

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Country: Canada
Description: 2.5 Gallon Betta with heater 10 gallon w/ two 25W bulbs, sponge filter, heater @ 78. 29 gallon aquaclear 50 filter, Aqua-Glo lighting, monterey beach sand substrate, heater @ 80. 37 Gallon Fluval 4 series internal canister filter, heat @ 80, airation at surface, Aqua-Glo 18,000 K lighting for plants.
Advice: PATIENCE!!! and LOTS of research!!!!
Fish Kept: 2.5 Gallon = 2 Male Bettas 10 Gallon = 1 Male, 1 Female Betta, 1 Rasbora, 1 Albino Cory 29 Gallon = Male + Female Green Terror Cichlid (4" and 3"), Male Firemouth (This tank will be upgraded to a 90 Gallon soon!!) 37 Gallon = 1 Large Koi/Pearlscale Angelfish, 1 Reed fish, 2 German blue rams, 2 Pepper Cories, 1 Dwarf Gourami, 1 Dwarf Pleco.
Corals/Plants: 37 Gallon has Amazon Sword , Saggitaria, Corkscrew Vallisneria
Quote: One thing at a time ....
About Yourself: My hubby calls me "The Crazy Fish Lady" ... I have MTS and it's just getting worse... they say I'm terminal. LOL

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