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Photo Caption: front view of the tank of newly started tank...sorry about the big glare spot! anything i can improve? please leave me a comment to let me know!
40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - front view of the tank of newly started tank...sorry about the big glare spot! anything i can improve? please leave me a comment to let me know!

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
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Fish Kept: 2 Jack Dempsey's, Electric Blue Dempsey, Cichlids, Texas Chichlid
Corals/Plants: Various Freshwater Plants and driftwood
Tank Size: 40 gallons
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COMMENTS

Good tank. Try a little more of an angle with the camera, it might help the flash problem. Still a good photo. fish avatar
the tank looks GREAT, there are two things that i might suggest, first is although they look beautiful now the live plants are in danger if you have cichlidae in your tank, i've tried to find plants that cichlids would not eat the only thing that i could find that they would not devistate were the anubias bartierri, and anubias nana, the other is to create a few caves or coves where the cichlids can stake out their claims for territory. other than that the way you have your tank currently setup is gorgeous. Brandon fish avatar

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