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State: Tennessee
Country: United States
Description: All glass aquarium-10 20 aquaclear filter 75 watt heater DIY-CO2 40watt daylight-4WPG
Advice: Read as much as you can and dont give up! If possiable join a nice online aquarium fourm like nano-reefs, aquariumadvice or somthing else and ask for help and advice/information!
Fish Kept: oh boy too many but here is what I can remember Freshwater ___________ Goldfish-oranda, commet, black moore Live Bearers-platies, mollies, guppies-bred all Plecos Chinese algea eater (NEVER get one) Cichlids-African-yellow and blue lab, Dwarf bolivian, Angel fish -bred, Tetras-Neon, Lemon, Black Phantom, Black Skirt, Black Neon, Grand Rio, Bettas male and female Dwarf Gouramies Corries-albino, green, emerald, otto barbs-cherry, glass, tiger killie minnows danios australian rainbow's dwarf puffers african dwarf frogs kuhuli loach Salt ___________ Ocellarious Clown Six Line Wrasse Pajama Cardinal Bangaii Cardinal Bicolor Blenny Royal Gramma
Corals/Plants: Plants ______ Elodea (anarchis) Amazon Sword Amazon Sword "compacta" Java Fern Java Moss Star grass Cambomba Carolina Cambomba Peyheriha Red ludwigia Red Ludwigia "broad leaf" Rotala "Indica" Rotala Wallichii Micro Sword Corals Green star polyp zoanthid trumpet coral
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: I wish my fish read the same articles I did
About Yourself: Avian, Aquatics and Athletic describes me

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