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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: 48" by 31" 110 gallon freshwater. 78degreesF. Marinelande C360 with another likely Eheim on the way. Flourescent lighbulb. Fish kept:3 Pearl gourami, 4 Golden Gourami, 9 gold tetra, 8 rummy nose tetra, 5 endlers, 3 emerald cory, 2 agassizi cory, 2 punctatus cory, 2 german blue rams, 1 female calico bushynose pleco, 1 very young rainbow shark, 1 Male red swordtail, 1 red and gold tuxedo guppy, and 3 mickey mouse platys.
Advice: be aware of the cost, as set up is more expensive that you expect. Read forums, read, read, read. try local fish stores over big box for your advice.
Corals/Plants: artificial plants with driftwood
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Please come into my garden for I would like my flowers to see you.
About Yourself: complete beginner, you don't have to walk fish : ) I've never had a big tank before, only a 2 gallon w/two guppies. My husband and i put this together for the family but it is really for the grown ups : ) The kids aren't interested but the cats are. Wish us luck : )

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