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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: Tank: New Surfline Fish Tank Lighting: 4 ft Life Glo Filtration: Rena Filstar xP4 w/ Rena Smart Heater + Penguin 1140 Sumbersible PowerHead Bomba. EVERYTHING on Timers accept Rena Filstar xP4
Advice: If using an additional PowerHead for good circulation make sure on Timer. Don't keep adding (store bought) chemicals to water. Give enough time for whatever filtration system you are running do its job.
Fish Kept: For inside aquarium with pics, used to hold 2 of my favorite platinum KOI's then had to take them out because they decided to mate and have fry's (KOI babies). Now turned into a Cichlid tank. Currently have 9 various Cichlids, 1 exotic pleco.
Corals/Plants: Several fake ones and 2 live ones. My tank however has mostly different kinds of real rock which helps the PH. Also have a mix of crushed Coral and gravel. Hated dealing with an all natural sand substrate.
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: You only live life once, just do it to the fullest.
About Yourself: Love this hobby. Last year is when I got back into this. This time full throttle. In addition to this new cichlid aquarium, last summer I built a 2100gallon koi pond w/ 3 cascading waterfalls + 1 large waterfall w/ a 7 ft. drop in my backyard. Also set up a 500g tank in garage for some plants+for holding new fish to prep+treat them for diseases etc. prior to adding them to pond. If you would like to see some pics of the pond or other please feel free to send me a msg. Or if you have any questions abt ponds.

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