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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: All-glass Aquarium: 20 gallon tank, 24'l-12''w-18''h, with 1 65w duel actninc, and 1 65w duel daylight compact flourecsent light. Also has two Aqua Clear Powerheads, SeaClone protein skimmer, two power filters, heater, and digital therometer.
Advice: Patience
Fish Kept: FW: Most tropical fish, inlcuding exotics. ( Piranhas, Knife fish, multiple kinds of puffers, Leaf fish..) Lake Malawai Cichlids, Oscars, Sevrums, Green Terror, Jack Dempseys, Electric Blue JD, Firemouths, Convicts, Clown Loaches, Angel Fish, Horn Shark, Peacocks from Malawai. SW: SO many.
Corals/Plants: Condy, Pink Tip, Sebabe Anenomes. Moon coral, Leather coral, Bubble Coral, Frog Spawn, and many other soft and hard corals.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: "You only live once"
About Yourself: Experienced Fish Hobbyist.

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yeah that tang is going to go nuts in a 20 gal. responding to marveln69: many brackish fish can be slowly acclimated to full salt. its crazy but true. fish avatar
Looks good mate, but its a little small for a lion and that tang need heaps more room.. fish avatar
that looks like clown fish, blue tang and a lion fish where the hell did all the cichlids come from? Arent they freshwater???? fish avatar

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