Photo #2 - Penguin 200 W/biowheel Xp3 Cannister, Spraybar On...

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Photo Caption: Penguin 200 w/biowheel XP3 cannister, spraybar on left wall slightly tilt down,Coralife 130 watts CF dose EI and traces + Excel. 2 Birchirs,2 Ctenopoma Acutirostre,2 Clown loaches,5 Rainbows
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 gallons Anabuis, African Ferns, Mosses,Crypts Fish are neons, betta, black skirts, ottos and a ton of red cherry shrimp
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Penguin 200 w/biowheel XP3 cannister, spraybar on left wall slightly tilt down,Coralife 130 watts CF dose EI and traces + Excel. 2 Birchirs,2 Ctenopoma Acutirostre,2 Clown loaches,5 Rainbows

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State: South Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 2 AC 70s,96 watts CF , gravel neons, betta,black skirt tetras,ottos, female guppies,red cherry shrimp
Advice: Read Read Read and then ask ask ask, you can't trust 99% of LFS employees. If in doubt find a mom and pop style fish store
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Welcome to America, no the streets aren't paved with gold but if you sneak in we'll give you everything on a silver platter.

COMMENTS

i also like that your equipment isnt visable. good job!!! fish avatar
I like your tank because it doesn't look "deliberately planted" and all your equipment is hidden. Well done, now do a really good quality photo for ratemytank. Cool. fish avatar

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