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Photo Caption: Update of our New 45Gal. Added a background and a few river stones. Also a New Pleco in there but hes shy.
45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Update of our New 45Gal. Added a background and a few river stones. Also a New Pleco in there but hes shy.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 45 Gallon rectangle AllGlass tank with 17w flourescent lamp, Penguin 350 Bio-wheel with four filter cartridges, Tetra Whisper 60gal air pump.
Advice: Slow and Easy
Fish Kept: 1 Chocolate Oranda, 1Calico Ryukin, 1 Shubunkin, 1 Fantail, 1 Hariwakie koi, 1 Aka Sanke Koi, and 1 Pleco.
Corals/Plants: All Fake plants for now. live ones for the koi comming soon.
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: Patience is a Virtue
About Yourself: Some what new to the hobby. Have one outdoor pond with about 10 koi of all kinds. This is my first large tank. Began as an ideal hobby for me and my fiance to take up. Hoping to move up to a 75gal in the future.

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i like the flowers very pretty, i have one koi at the moment too, but i think he will need to move out to a pond soon, boy they grow so quick dont they! fish avatar

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