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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: I have 75 gallon tank with a Marineland Bio-wheel power filter. I put a 300 watt heater in the right corner and a Maxi-jet 400 submersible pump and power head to the left. I have a Tetra whisper 100 air pump with a 3-way shut off valve and 5 small air stones place through out the tank. I have 2 aqua color LED lights on top. Also the canopy lights are aqua-glow, and all the lighting is cycled with a cora-life day/night timer.
Advice: none, still looking for advice myself.
Fish Kept: cichlids
Corals/Plants: Lace rock in the middle and some other rocks that I got from the creek. all the plants are silk. The background I made myself.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: none
About Yourself: I had a few smaller tanks growing up, and finally got to get a bigger one, thanks to my wonderful girl friend.

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