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Photo Caption: I mainly used sand for the substrate though there is a small bit of decorative rocks off to the side. I also used fake plants, large rocks and some barrels.
80 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I mainly used sand for the substrate though there is a small bit of decorative rocks off to the side. I also used fake plants, large rocks and some barrels.
freshwater fish - ctenopoma acutirostre - leopard ctenopoma stocking in 80 gallons tank - Leopard Ctenopoma

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Currently I have a 80 gallon TRUvu tank. The light I'm using is kinda beat up but works really well. Not sure what the brand is though. I'm using a Rena xp3 stage filter. I also have a large aquaclear and biowheel filter, neither of which are being used at the moment.
Advice: Don't really have any advice, besides maybe listening to those who have been in the hobby for a long time.
Fish Kept: Albino rainbow shark, red-tailed shark, 2 sunset coral platies, 1 rainbow platy, 1 sail-fin platy, 2 other miscellaneous platies, 1 medium silver dollar, 1 Leopard Ctenopoma, 1 pictus catfish, 1 crown-tailed beta, 1 gourami, 1 twig catfish.
Corals/Plants: Just using fake plants.
Tank Size: 80 gallons
About Yourself: I'm a student at Merritt college in Oakland, Ca.

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