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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon South American tank. Standard LED lighted hood. Artificial vegetation, locally found rock. This is just the beginning.
Advice: Have fun!
Fish Kept: Two Firemouths, two Convicts, one Jack Dempsey, five Giant Danio, five Congo Tetra, two Pictus catfish, the Emerald Corys, two Julii Corys, one Red Tail Shark
Corals/Plants: Artificial
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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Constructive criticism coming. I don't know where to start the small fish killed or the big ones. Firemouth cichlids are extremely docile until breeding. At that point they are aggressive and territorial. They will kill anything to protect their fry. In the other corner convicts the most infamously known for the highest breeding aggression of all fish they don't care how big or small. A 60 gallon tank becomes their territory as a hole. Throw in a Jack Dempsey Americas fighting fish bent on revenge. Throw a bunch of completely docile fish in the mix. This is a battle to the he death in a 150 tank. But let's compress all these elements into 55 gallons of bloodshed. I can not stress this enough research your fish before buying. This is the prime example of I want it but won't make sure it's right. You threw a lot of money at with this one. fish avatar
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