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Photo Caption: 75 gallon with water wisteria, hygro, moss ball, hairgrass. Fish at the time of this pic are 1 albino angelfish and 1 female betta.
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 75 gallon with water wisteria, hygro, moss ball, hairgrass. Fish at the time of this pic are 1 albino angelfish and 1 female betta.

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: Houses one albino one-eyed angel, as well as 4 marble angels and one female betta. Planted with hygrophilia, wisteria, and some others whose names escape me right now!
Advice: Learn about cycling, buy a test kit, and prepare yourself for mts (multiple tank syndrome).
Fish Kept: 75 gallon - angels and a betta 90 gallon - discus, pictus cats, bristlenose plecs, danios, white clouds, harlequin rasboras, and clown loaches 120 gallon - clown loaches and a stingray
Corals/Plants: lots of hygrophilia, wisteria, lotus, some hairgrass, and moss balls
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: There is no animal more invincible than a woman,nor fire either, nor any wildcat so ruthless.

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