Photo #4 - Main Pic 3-21-2010 - 9 Discus, 3 Clown Loaches, A...

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 18x24 x48 90 gal, coralife dual t5 light with 2 x 56w 10k and 2 x 56w 6700k; 2 strips of reef white led, 2 strips of marine led; wet/dry sump; magnum 350 polish filter, eheim filter; 2 eth inline heaters; CO2 tank, redsea 500 diffuser, airstone (at night)
Advice: Dont buy every product that is told you need to buy. Make sure you over drive your plants and they will start hammering out the algea.
Fish Kept: 9 Discus, 3 clown loaches, amano shrimp, 5 rainbow, 3 roseline sharks, approx 35 cardinal tetras, aprox 35 rummy nose tetras, chinese algea eater, 1 otto
Corals/Plants: annubias, crypts, cabumba, lilies, dwarf sagitaria, amazon swords; dwarf hairgrass; lilies and a couple of unknown plants
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: My wife started all of this because of Boo, our betta that is no longer with us. It started with a 1 gal tank....

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Discus always look good in a well planted tank. A 10 all the way. awesome tank. fish avatar
Dude really loving this tank! I like how the discus brings color to the tank. With all those plants, it really brings the color of the discus out... awesome man! fish avatar

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