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Photo Caption: My 75 gallon.its a little cloudy just got done moving acouple plants
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 75 gallon.its a little cloudy just got done moving acouple plants

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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: Just started my 75 (upgraded from the 55).current t5 ho lighting with Terri floral sun bulbs, two 10,000 k bulbs, magnum 350 filter, and a HOB filter, and two heaters. Has all eco complete substrate with some lace rock with a6 inch deep cave by 4 inches wide and sand in front of it (super naturals sand). Plants.......FISH...9" dinosaur bichir, 2 blue ram cichlids, rainbow shark, 2 roseline sharks,10 neon tetras, 5 random guppies, algea eater, bumble bee catfish, and 10 Nerite snails.half of the fish are about to change.want to breed some gudgeon or killifish.
Advice: Start with a good substrate, good lighting and a timer.let your tank cycle before you start adding fish.research everything before you buy it...STAY AWAY FROM JAVA MOSS. Very messy and ugly. or it was in my tank
Fish Kept: 8" dinosaur bichir, 2 blue ram cichlids, 2 roseline sharks, 10 neon tetras, 6 guppies, bumble bee catfish, rainbow shark,algea eater,10 nerite snails
Corals/Plants: Hornwort, Amazon swords, crypt, java fern, red ludwigia, cardinal telenthra (not having good luck with this one), aponogeton, onion, bamboo, dwarf hairgrass (also having a hard time with this one),bacopa.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: My user name says most of it..i have a fish addiction.love my fish tanks.I'm a lineman (powerlines). This is my only hobbie i have always been obsessed with the water and its creatures.i would live to be a marine biologist.after work i spend most of my time keeping up my tank and reading books on fish and marine life.

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