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Photo Caption: My breeding pair of severum the two major color mourphs.
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My breeding pair of severum the two major color mourphs.

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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: Dimensions. 36'' l, 18'' w, 17" h. breeding tank Odyssea light fixture with odyssea 12000k daylight bulb and a plant light using whisper 30 gal intank, with polyfiber and carbon filter. 6 tablespoons of aquarium salt, helps fish disease, coloration, vitality, electrolytes, as well as improved gill function. ROCKS: Using activ-flora gravel (floralite, flora gems). 20-30 lbs of lace rock and miscallanious rocks. PLANTS: Had 5 marimo (moss) balls but only have 2 left in this tank. 10 stalks of scarlet temple 3 seperate windelov plants. Myriophyllum pinnatum (green & red) a.k.a. foxtail 3 fake plants. FISH: Female gold severum 6-7 inches, Male green severum 5-6 inches and they are a breeding pair. 2 firemouth cichlids.
Advice: Start with smaller easier fish such as tetras and/or goldfish in a small 10 gallon after a while if you take care of those upgrade to a bigger tank with slightly bigger. if you plan on a planted tank dont get the colored gravel best advice is the flora-active gravel its light and great with aeroation, and feeding the plant roots.
Fish Kept: 40gallon breeder: Gold severum Green severum 2 firemouth cichlids... 10gallon tank: 4in. albino pleco 2.5in. and 5in choco bristlenose pleco 1.5in. and 2in. clown plecos 3in. blue eyed pleco 5-6in. highfin pleco one fish in this tank red dragon flowerhorn
Corals/Plants: specs above in tank description.
Tank Size: 40 gallons

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