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Submitted By: Ken and Cindy on
Photo Caption: Our 180 gal. tank
freshwater fish - pterophyllum sp. - marble veil angel stocking in 180 gallons tank - Our 180 gal. tank

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: A mostly Catfish / Pleco tank. Lot's of Rock and Sinking Driftwood. Water changes are done twice per week. We run a large E-Heim canister and a bio-rocker sump system. We also have a 110hi tank setup with all driftwood. Catfish and small exotic Plecos.
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Fish Kept: Synodontis Catfish: Petricola (50+), 2 Multipunctata, 1 Alberti, 1 Angelica, 1 Frontosa, 2 hybrids and 2 bright yellow ones that haven't been named yet. Pleco's: 1 Vampire, 1 Sultan, 1 Snowball, 2 Leopard Frogs, 1 Blue Panaque, 1 King Tiger, 1 Emerald, 1 Spotted Sailfin, 1 Redfin Leopard, 1 Rhino, 2 Royals, 2 Commons and 2 large Gibbies. 1 Albino Irridescent shark(18"), 1 Chinese HiFin Shark. 6 Clown Loaches, 13 Hatchets, 4 Neon Blue Rainbows and 5 new Kribensis!
Corals/Plants: A couple of plastics.
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: Ken and Cindy have been into these tanks since we met 9 years ago. We started with a 29 gal. and a 50 gal. and progressed to a 65 and now have a 110 gal. and 180 gal.

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