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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Tank....

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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: African Cichlid Tank 55 Gal Top Fin tank, Top Fin 60 Filter, and Marineland emperor 400. Tank is 48"W x 12" D x 18" H. Marineland Double Bright 48" L.E.D. Lighting
Advice: Spend the extra Money on Filtration.
Fish Kept: 27 Fish Total. 4 pleco's one of which is albino 3 OB Peacocks= 2 Males, 1 Female 2 German Reds= 1 Male, 1 Female 2 Sunshine Bengas= 1 Male, 1 Female 2 Snow Whites= 1 Male, 1 Female 2 Electric Yellows= 1 Male, 1 Female 2 Electric Blues= 1 male, 1 Female 1 Red Zebra= 1 male 4 Six stripe Frontosa's= No idea the sex? 2 Nimbochromis Venustus= 1 male, 1 female 1 Patriot= 1 male. 2 Rainbow Sharks Some of these fish will be moved to another tank, once up, and running.
Corals/Plants: Assorted Marineland Synthetic Plants 75 lbs of Red Lava Rock Stacked for Caves 30 lbs of small gravel 30 lbs of Cichlid sand
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Face!!!!

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I don't know how you keep 4 pleco's in there, I had 2 in my 37gal and when one got to be about 11" I had to take him to the pet store, traded him in for my gourami and a white loach (not sure what kind it is but it kinda looks albino), and now the other is 8" and I'm about to take him in... nice tank setup though fish avatar

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