Photo #2 - 56 Bow Front Tank With 14, Neon Tetras, 2 Serpa T...

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Photo Caption: 56 bow front tank with 14, neon tetras, 2 serpa Tetras, 2 daniso barbs, 2 rainbows, a dwark frong, snowball plece, angel, and one BIG DISCUS
freshwater fish - symphysodon sp. - royal red discus stocking in 46 gallons tank - One Really big Discus
46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 56 bow front tank with 14, neon tetras, 2 serpa Tetras, 2 daniso barbs, 2 rainbows, a dwark frong, snowball plece, angel, and one BIG DISCUS
46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 46 bow front with live plants.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: A 46 bow front tank. I use the small eheim filter. It has been working magic for me.
Advice: THe bigger the tank the easier it is. Actually spend the money on a good filter. It can make a world of difference.
Fish Kept: two discus, an angel, 2 sepea tetra, 6 neon tetras, two rainbows, a pleco, 2 algea eaters, 2 gouramis, and 2 danison barbs.
Corals/Plants: live plants
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: Get me my fishing pole
About Yourself: I started as young child with a small ten gallon tank. Now I'm grown up and on my own. With a steady job I can afford a large tank that is pleasing to the eye.

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