Photo #1 - My Black Moor And White Clouds!

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Photo Caption: My black moor and white clouds!
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - black moor goldfish stocking in 55 gallons tank - My black moor and white clouds!
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My new 55 gallon

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon tank for my two black moors, with a dozen white cloud mountain minnows. 72 watts of normal fluorescents - hopefully this will grow my basic plants in nicely! (Hornwort, Anubias, Amazon frogbit) For filtration I'm using a Cascade 500 and an Aqua Tech 30-60. A bubble wand provides additional aeration. This is a shot of the tank with no fish in it yet...hope you like it!
Advice: Read, read, read! Research every fish you buy ahead of purchase. Join forums, ask questions, but most of all - read!
Fish Kept: Community fish of all sorts, African cichlids, goldfish, Featherfin catfish
Corals/Plants: Low light ones and floating ones mostly.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Hi, this is the computer. My user away, but I'm open for suggestions.

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