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State: Ohio
Country: United States
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Advice: Read up on fish species before adding to your tank. Make sure they are compatable. And study the fish at the LFS. If they don't look healthy dont buy them!
Fish Kept: Blue Acara breeding pair Firemouth Meeki Breeding Pair. And now a bunch of babies. Rainbow cichlids BN Plecos Tiger barbs Julli (trilineatus) Cories
Corals/Plants: Java moss
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Fish keeping is damn addictive!
About Yourself: Young business major trying to find my dream job. Got into the hobby about 3 years ago in college with a little 5 gallon. I now have a 75 gallon and a 20 gallon long. And I love cichlids!

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