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42 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Zebra Pleco (L046) setup

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Country: Canada
Description: Hagen 40 gallon long 36Lx15Hx18W 3 Zebra Pleco (L046), 1 L082 Pleco, 7 pigmy corys, 3 roseline Sharks, and a handful of glass shrimp. All Mopani drift wood, slate rock and a two story Pleco cave. All planted with Java fern, Crypt and duckweed top. Current satellite plus LED 36" bar light with full RBG spectrum. Eheim 2217 and Ehiem 2215 filters using spray bar power heads. Tetra whisper 50 (x2). Also internal sponge filter. Ehiem 300 watt heater. Hydor 200 watt in-line backup heater.
Advice: Advice would be to do your research on a fish before buying one. Making sure you know everything from proper diet to proper lighting.
Fish Kept: Zebra Pleco, True (L-46), Debilittera Pleco (L129), Leopard Frog Pleco (L134), Snowball Pleco (L-102), Denison Barb, Panda Cory Cat, Pygmy Leopard Catfish
Corals/Plants: Java Fern/Moss Assorted Crypt Amazon Sword Water Lettuce
Tank Size: 42 gallons

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