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Photo Caption: Well here it is. Not bad for my first fish tank. Least I don't think but that is why its here for you to decide.
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Well here it is. Not bad for my first fish tank. Least I don't think but that is why its here for you to decide.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Not sure of the brand just picked it up from a guy that was moving. I have one Fluval 404 canister filter and a Cascade 1000 as well. Right now that's really all I'm sure of. I just purchased a LED Moonlight Aquarium System (6) 40 degree 10mm lens which I plan on installing the minute it gets here. Once I get it installed ill update photo.
Advice: I my self am a new hobbyist so I cant give any advice. But sooner or later I will be able too
Fish Kept: There are six various African Cichlids and two "Fancy Oscars" although I am not sure why they are fancy. I also have two Pleco's in there as well.
Corals/Plants: There are only two fake plants in my tank the rest are planted. My plans are to set in place some Java Moss. I am going to tie the moss to the various objects in the tank. And line half of the bottom with Star Moss and Flame moss. But first I wanna see how the Oscars do with the plants I have now.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: To lead untrained soldiers into battle is like throwing them away
About Yourself: I am a 28yr old male and in the Military, so I am not sure of how long I will be keeping this fish tank. But My plans are to buy a 200 gallon and do the salt water thing and start cheap, at least until I get the hang of it. So good luck to all of you that are seasoned vets and keep fishing.

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