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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: 48" Long 55 gal. tank. Cheap T8 lighting, upgrade to led eventually. Bubble wand. Rena Xp4 canister filter. I work for water treatment company so they gave me a digital controler and stand alone heating controler. I'm using the main controler to monitor temp and to control when the heat comes on/off. also using the controler to run light cycle. could use it to also do ph monitoring but havent. First go around with a painted background. it turned out ok, could be a lot better. but I do like the white look instead of usual black or blue. 5 Boesmani Rainbows, 7 Emperor Tetras
Advice: Patience is key, and use your imagination. And you don't always have to follow the status quo on keeping tanks.
Fish Kept: Many Freshwater, have even done the saltwater. and corals
Corals/Plants: I have done real plants, with co2 and fertz, but this go around since we moved, i just felt like going artificial all the way. Ive even done salwater coral as well.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Customer service guy! Got into fish keeping, when i visited my parents house and they just started up their tank, and I was hooked from then.

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