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72 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Month Three

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: 72 Gallon Bow. Lighting; Wave Point 4x54 T5HO(2x12000k and 2x6700k). Filtration; Fluval FX5. Ebo Jager heater. CO2 Injection (3 BPS). DIY Rex Grigg CO2 reactor. EI Dosing. Substrate; Flora Max. PH: 7.0 Temp: 78
Advice: Stay away from the chemicals! A stable environment is key, and there are many natural ways to accomplish this. Don't over stock and research your fish.
Fish Kept: 2 Firemouth Cichlid, Red Zebra Cichlid, OB Peacock Cichlid, Rubber Lip Pleco, Leopard Sailfin Pleco, 4 Nerite Snails.
Corals/Plants: Anubias Nana, Cabomba, Ludwigia, Red Wendtii, Balansae, Marimo.
Tank Size: 72 gallons
About Yourself: I've been keeping freshwater fish for for about 10 years. Im not interested in huge extravagant tanks, just simple and self sufficient environments. Cichlid's are my fish of choice and I have recently taken up freshwater plant keeping as a challenge.

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