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Photo Caption: I have had this corner unit for about a year. Equipment includes a Fluval 205 canister filter, Aquaclear powerhead with quickfilter attachment and a heater. There is also a "cave" in the back corner (cannot be seen in the photo) which the gouramis/loaches use as a retreat.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - I have had this corner unit for about a year. Equipment includes a Fluval 205 canister filter, Aquaclear powerhead with quickfilter attachment and a heater. There is also a "cave" in the back corner (cannot be seen in the photo) which the gouramis/loaches use as a retreat.

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Country: Canada
Description: Corner aquarium, Fluval 205 canister filter, Aquaclear powerhead with quickfilter attachment, 2x24W fluorescent bulbs (Power-Glo and Marine-Glo), heater
Advice: Research and understand the natural requirements of your fish, keep the tank clean, do not overfeed or overcrowd, and enjoy!
Fish Kept: 3xPearl gouramis (Trichogaster Leeri), 3xGolden zebra loaches (Botia histrionica), 8xCardinal tetras, 5xHarlequin rasboras, 1xSiamese algae eater
Corals/Plants: Fake plants, Java fern (Microsorum Pteropus), Hygrophila Corymbosa Siamensis "B"
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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