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Photo Caption: This is a 40 gallon breeder tank. A clown knife fish resides in the tank and soon it will be joined by a few cichlids. There are 6 live plants flourishing in the tank and I created realistic hiding spots out of flagstone rock. The tank is heated to about 78 degrees and is filtered using a Fluval 205 canister filter. It looks great!
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is a 40 gallon breeder tank. A clown knife fish resides in the tank and soon it will be joined by a few cichlids. There are 6 live plants flourishing in the tank and I created realistic hiding spots out of flagstone rock. The tank is heated to about 78 degrees and is filtered using a Fluval 205 canister filter. It looks great!

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: My tank is a 40 gallon breeder tank. I just started it up to move my clown knife fish in since it became much to large for my community tank. I use a Fluval 205 canister filter.
Advice: Research. Research. Research.
Fish Kept: Clown Knife Fish, Plecos, Angelfish, Cats, Soon to have South and Central American Cichlids with the Knife Fish.
Corals/Plants: Just cheap freshwater plans from your LFS.
Tank Size: 40 gallons

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