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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon. I made the lights with PVC pipe, PVC gutter and LED light strip. Background is styrofoam covered in many layers of hydraulic cement. (if you try this you will need months to treat water before you can add fish) Fake plants have almost all been replaced with live plants. Also gravel replaced with sand.
Advice: Biotopes make more fun communities!
Fish Kept: Elephantnose fish, African Knife fish, African Butterfly fish, Leopard Ctenopoma, African Red Eyed Tetra, Senegalus Bichir, Pelvicachromis pulcher (Krib), African Butterfly Cichlid, Synodontis Nigriventris (upside down cat), Synodontis multipunctatus (cuckoo cat)
Corals/Plants: Frogbit, banana, moneywort, amazon sword, java fern, anubias nana for now. More to come
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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