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57 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - All non-living plants, few fish (just started) and some river-rock style gravel. Using a Fluval 304 canister filter with full biomax media.
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Photo Caption: All non-living plants, few fish (just started) and some river-rock style gravel. Using a Fluval 304 canister filter with full biomax media.
57 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - All non-living plants, few fish (just started) and some river-rock style gravel. Using a Fluval 304 canister filter with full biomax media.

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Country: Canada
Description: 57 Gallon HAGEN Rectangle Tank w/ Piano Black Stand to Match. All non-living plants, white/black gravel. Using a Fluval 304 canister filter with biomax and carbon media. 30W UltraGlo lamp to enhance fish colors. Feeding color enhancing food combined with algae flakes three times daily. Also feeding brine shrimp and blood worms.
Advice: Just be patient and make your tank how you like it.
Fish Kept: 9 Black Skirt Tetras, 5 Tinfoil Barbs (6.5in length), 3 Phantom Tetra, 1 Cory, 3 New Guinea Rainbowfish
Corals/Plants: All Non-living Plants because my Tinfoil's keep eating them all.
Tank Size: 57 gallons

COMMENTS

Nice looking tank!!! Love the fish. fish avatar

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