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Photo Caption: My 20Gallons with Community Fishes: angel, black ghost, guppies, neon tetra, chinese algae eater, clown loaches and cory cat.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 20Gallons with Community Fishes: angel, black ghost, guppies, neon tetra, chinese algae eater, clown loaches and cory cat.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallons with all Live Plants. 2 Daylight Flourescent Tube. 200W Wispher Heater XP2 Star Canister Filter Tetra Whisper60 Biological Filter. Tetra Whisper100 Air Pump. Undergravel Filter. Powerhead. LED Blue Moon light. Any advice or suggestion, please shoot me
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Fish Kept: 6 Yellow Electric. 2 Blue Electric. 1 Assortted Oscar. 5 Blood Parrot. 1 Pleco. 1 Red Claw Crab. 1 Tire-Track Eel.
Corals/Plants: Too many
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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