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Photo Caption: 4" Black Moor Goldfish
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 Gallon Community Planted Tank, Malaysian Driftwood, CO2, Angelfish, Neon Tetra, Sword tails, Platties, Mollies, Gouramis, Many Plants. LifeGlo2 6700K 40W. Millennium 3000 Filter. Taken 1/3/2009
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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: Freshwater tank, Many Plant Species, CO2, Malaysian Driftwood, Pea Pebbles
Advice: Buy healthy fish, Good Lighting, Good Filtration, Frequent Water Changes
Fish Kept: Mollies, Marygold, Swordtail, Betta, Neon Tetra, Zebras, Platty, Algea eater, Gold/Blue Gourami, Panda Corydoras Catfish, Angel, Guppy,
Corals/Plants: All Kinds
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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