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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 72 bowfront, DIY lighting system, magnum 350 canister, power sponge filter
Advice: Resist the urge to add fish too quickly! Don't overfeed! Your fish should always look hungry. Buy a master test kit and use it! Don't neglect water changes for the health of your fish and tank! Keeping your nitrates low (below 20 ppm) will help control algae! Water changes are VITAL in keeping a succesful aquarium!
Fish Kept: 8 Melanotaenia Duboulayi aka Crimson Spotted Rainbowfish, 12 Melanotaenia Lacustris aka Turquoise rainbowfish (also called Lake Kutubu Rainbowfish, and blue rainbowfish!), 1 bristlenose pleco, 1 weather loach, 1 false siamensis, tank full of M. Duboulayi fry
Corals/Plants: Anubias nana, Java moss, Java Fern, Apongenton
Tank Size: 72 gallons
Quote: Life is not about how many breaths you take, it's about how many moments that take your breath away ~Anonymous
About Yourself: I am an amateur fish breeder. Over the years I have kept and bred Discus, Angelfish, South American cichlids, African cichlids, bettas, guppies, and my current project, rainbows.

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love the simple and non over crowded look of your tank. Its very pretty fish avatar

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