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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Its a 46 gallon bowfront with a 30w 18,000k 135 lux power-glo 36 inch bulb for lighting and for filtration i have a whisper ex70 that pumps 340 GPH and a powerhead 201 which pushes 126 GPH for better aeration and circulation
Advice: let your tank cycle for at least a month with your filter running make sure you have the right substrate for whatever youre planning to put in there and idk Good Luck! and keep your hand out of your tank unless absolutely necessary and even then think twice
Fish Kept: 2 three striped african glass catfish, a pair of red severums, a skunk botia, a geophagus surinamesis, 2 leopard ctenopomas and a pair of kribensis
Corals/Plants: a few amazon swords, a few brazilian swords, some sagitaria, a banana plant, and some java moss which my fish love
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: Starting something is half of the work
About Yourself: I've been keeping fish since i was about 8 years old im gonna be 23 this year so ive been in the hobby awhile. I started with goldfish lol then I went to oscars and pacus then came the african cichlids and now I have settled on a mixed community tank which has turned out to be my favorite.

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