Photo #2 - Terrence The Angelfish, Telling Theopolis The Lo...

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Photo Caption: Terrence the angelfish, telling Theopolis the lobster "You da man!" Theopolis recently took over the castle from it's previous owner, Sharky. Sharky gave up the castle, and has moved into some caves nearby.
40 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My tank serves as a divider between the kitchen and the living room
freshwater fish - pterophyllum sp. - white blushing angel stocking in 40 gallons tank - Terrence the angelfish, telling Theopolis the lobster "You da man!" Theopolis recently took over the castle from it's previous owner, Sharky. Sharky gave up the castle, and has moved into some caves nearby.

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: My 40 gallon kitchen/living room divider. Lighting is 36" 96watt Aqualight. Using an Aquaclear 50 waterfall biofilter, and Whisper 40 air pump with 8" stone.
Advice: Have restocked the plants several times, until I decided to invest in better lighting. Replaced the 2' lamp with a double 3' lamp. So my advice is get good lighting. The little 2' lamps that come with some tanks just aren't enough.
Fish Kept: Lemon Angel Weather Loach Large Pleco Cobolt Lobster Clown Loach 3xRed-Tailed Sharks 6xCardinal Tetras 6xHarlequin Raspboras
Corals/Plants: Swords of several sizes, some grass, and an onion
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: Drama is life with the dull bits cut out -- Alfred Hitchcock

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