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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 3 1/2 foot tank 25gallons. filters 1 eheim 2235 external with return spray bar. 1FLUVAL 2 internal FILTER. 1UG filter run with two INTERPET POWERHEAD PHD3. lighting 2 hagen lamps 40watts each. aqua glo and power go. My water parameters are: ammonia 0, nitrite 0, nitrate 5.0. PH 7.2 heating 1 300 watt TetraTec Heater. tank temp is around 26'c always. 45 percent water change every week.
Advice: make sure you have your tank water cycled before adding fish. meaning water parameters are: ammonia 0, nitrite 0, yor can do this in a few ways. the way i do it is by adding fish food each day untill you get nitrate reading. this can take up to three weeks.
Fish Kept: 3clown loach, 3tinfoil barbs, 4red torpedo barbs,3cherry barbs,2 rainbow fish,3bristle cat fish,1shrimp 1 bulldog catfish.
Corals/Plants: fake plants due to tinfoils and clown loach eating all my real ones!.
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: dont poo with your pants on...
About Yourself: im 29 years old and have only been keeping fish for about three years now. i used to do a lot of fishing when i was younger. and thought it would be great to see fish under water rather from above. i first started with gold fish but after a year and about ten books later a started keeping fresh water topical fish.

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