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Photo Caption: 3 Blue Three Spot Gourami, 6 Harlequin Rasboras, 1 Chinese Algae Eater, Artificial Plants-Tetra Water Wonders. Natural driftwood and rocks.
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 3 Blue Three Spot Gourami, 6 Harlequin Rasboras, 1 Chinese Algae Eater, Artificial Plants-Tetra Water Wonders. Natural driftwood and rocks.

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: Filtration:Marineland Penguin Bio Wheel 200, Tetra Whisper 30. Tank:All-Glass brand, 30"long,19"high, 12" wide. Plants:Artificial. Natural driftwood and rocks. Lighting: Standard Fluorescent. This tank is 13 months old. Tank cycles through 12 times an hour.
Advice: Patience and careful reading. Don't hesitate to ask questions. Use more powerful filtration than suggested.Read about nitrogen cycle, cycle tank properly.
Fish Kept: Three Spot Gourami, Harlequin Rasboras, Chinese Algae Eater, Tiger Barbs, Goldfish, Rainbow Shark, Black Tetras, Scissor-tail Rasboras
Corals/Plants: None, Artificial Plants
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: "Keep your friends close, and your enemies closer."
About Yourself: Fishkeeping for 2 years, started with 1 gallon tank moved to 10 gallon tank, finally moved to 29 gallon. Fishkeeping is very fun and relaxing.

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