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Photo Caption: 75g with 2 black angels and 2 albino corys. Fake plants for now! 200 watt heater and 110 watts of lighting!
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 75g with 2 black angels and 2 albino corys. Fake plants for now! 200 watt heater and 110 watts of lighting!

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: A work in progress! My 75g freshwater with some fake plants, terracotta pots and very fine gravel for substrate. Tetra Whisper filters at 150gpm, an Aqueon 200 watt heater and an Oddysea 150 watt light. (She seems a little half-dressed.)
Advice: Read everything you can! Find an independent lfs and ask questions! The really good ones will take the time to answer them fully. The people on this site have been a huge source of information for me and have never made me feel like the aquarium moron that I am!
Fish Kept: 2 black angels and 2 albino corys (to cycle my tank!).
Corals/Plants: All fake plants (for now!).
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: They were so strong in their beliefs that there came a time when it hardly mattered what exactly those beliefs were; they all fused into a single stubbornness. -Louise Erdrich, author (b. 1954)
About Yourself: Hi! My name is Leigh and I'm an addict!

COMMENTS

Nice aquarium! But I have an advice to you remove the shells from the aquarium, because if you want to keep angels thy prefers soft and acid waters and the shells raises the alkalinity and ph. fish avatar
even though there are just fake plants for the time doesnt consider it a planted tank? fish avatar

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