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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon: Ehiem Classic 2213 & Emperor 400 Pool fiter sand, rocks, all fake plants.
Advice: Research, don't jump into things too fast (easier said then done) sometimes "trial and error' is the only way to learn. Ask questions. The WORLD WIDE WEB is your friend. You can learn lots of stuff on there! One last thing......change your water every week.
Fish Kept: 55 gallon-ALL MALE TANK! Metriaclima Estherae (Red Zebra) Metriaclima Callainos (Cobalt) Metriaclima Sp. Msobo Metriaclima Greshakei (Ice Blue) Labidochromis Caeruleus (YellowLab) Pseudotropheus sp. Acei (Acei) Pseudotropheus Socolofi Pseudotropheus Saulosi Pseudotropheus Polit OB Peacock Rainbow Shark
Corals/Plants: All fake plants in my 55 gallon.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I've been addicted to this hobby for going on 2 years. I love it, I currently have a 30 and 55 gallon tank. If your looking to go freshwater......go with cichlids. You won't regret it!

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