Photo #2 - Our 55 Gallon Tank. Variety Of Fish With All Plas...

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Photo Caption: our 55 gallon tank. Variety of fish with all plastic plants. We recently changed from gravel to sand and LOVE the ease of cleaning and the fish love it too.
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - trying o get a full shot of the tank in.
freshwater fish - poecilia latipinna - golden sailfin molly stocking in 55 gallons tank - our 55 gallon tank. Variety of fish with all plastic plants. We recently changed from gravel to sand and LOVE the ease of cleaning and the fish love it too.

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: We have a freshwater 55 gallon tank. Two filters...1 is an Eheim and the other is a standard over the tank for 55 gallon. Lights are standard as well. 2- 24" lights.
Advice: Read as much as you can. Most is done by trial and error. Do what you feel comfortable with. You can spend as little as you want or as much as you want. This is the perfect hobby for every lifestyle.
Fish Kept: Fish include---5 neon tetras, 4 rose barbs, khuli loach, 5 gold barbs, platys, 4 comets.
Corals/Plants: We recently changed over from gravel to sand and love the ease of cleaning. Plants are plastic. Logs are store bought and we have a few rocks scattered.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Started about 22 years ago with a 10 gallon tank and over the years I have moved up to a 55 gallon. Have always done freshwater but hope to someday do saltwater.

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