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Submitted By: Martin Cattani on
Photo Caption: Electric Blue M/Normal F Jack Dempsey pair, two convict F, one Honduran Red Point/Convict hybrid M, two Port Acara F, eight Red Minor tetras, eight Black Skirt tetras, one Blue Florida freshwater cray.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Electric Blue M/Normal F Jack Dempsey pair, two convict F, one Honduran Red Point/Convict hybrid M, two Port Acara F, eight Red Minor tetras, eight Black Skirt tetras, one Blue Florida freshwater cray.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Three Walmart clampy-lamps with 6000K and 5000K LED bulbs from Home Depot and Amazon, HOT Magnum, two big sponges, a powerhead for circalatin', and a Fluval 406.
Advice: WATER CHANGES. REGULARLY. And keep your lighting low, unless you are trying to grow plants. For fish only, keep it simple stupid!
Fish Kept: Electric Blue Jack Dempsey, Jack Dempsey, Black Convict Cichlid, Black Skirt Tetra, Red Minor Serpae Tetra, Port Acara
Corals/Plants: Plastique.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Mom got me a ten gallon full of zebra danios and such when I was a wee lad... now I'm just doing my thing with it, all these years later.

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