Photo #1 - Another Angle On My 55 Gallon Tank

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State: Nebraska
Country: United States
Description: Just started about 3 weeks ago, 48 inch 55 gallon tank w/ a current 10,000k/ actinic blue, 2x65watts. Marineland canister filter with biowheel. Red Sea CO2 system, 250W heater.
Advice: I am a new. So not much advice here besides being patient and making sure you have enough money to get started. Figure out what you need before you buy it.
Fish Kept: 6 Bumblebee gobies (My favorite), 12 rasboras, 3 algae eaters (which do a great job, i had a decent outbreak and two days later it is almost cleared up), 1 Fire Gourami, 1 Powder Blue Gourami, 1 Gourami (not sure of it's exact name), 3 Red Eye Tetra, 1 Neon Tetra (only survivor of the 6, didn't know they needed an established tank),
Corals/Plants: 3 Green wendtii, 1 Red wendtii, a few bunched plants?, Melon Sword, Amazon Sword, and some Tall Grass. Not sure of some names.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "You sound like a dog with peanut butter on the roof of your mouth"
About Yourself: I am just a college student who wanted a pimp fish tank for my apartment.

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