Photo #3 - Update Aug 2010 - Green Terror , Pleco, Blue Chan...

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: I just set my tank back up after a couple of years.I had2 Jack Dempseys a convict and a algae Eater.they had dinner disputes so now i am with a green terror.I just recently got a blue channel catfish about 8 inches. I am thinking about going with some different decor but i love the natural look.I run 2 lights a moonlight and a reg old fluorescent i have them on timers i have found if the light cycle is regulated the fish seem to be happier.
Advice: Don't stress it live and let live. Talk to the old tankies they can show you better and cheaper ways sometimes. Knowledge is power.
Fish Kept: Green Terror , Pleco, Blue Channel Catfish
Corals/Plants: Plastic I m over the growing stage damn chilids just eat the things anyway.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I enjoy the peace of a light trickle of water in the middle of the night.I love to go to the river or lake and hunt for driftwood and rocks around here we have a lot of slate.

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