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40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - this is a much better picture of the new tank.

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: main tank, 40 gallon, have a 20 and 4-10's. cascade 1000 canister filter, , jebo 4x65watt power compact lighting, 200 watt jebo submersible heater, flourite substrate, red sea turbo co2 system with power head, variuos plants, driftwood, moss ball. 20 gallon cichlid tank tri strip flouresant lighting power cascade 150 hang on filter whisper 20 hang on filter lava rocks DIY co2 system(20 oz. bottle, airline tubing, silicone, and a knot in the tubing to adjust bubble count) various plants 4-10 gallons 1 hospital tank 1 quarantine tank 2 breeders
Advice: DO NOT GIVE UP!!!! in the begining fish may die, but do not let that discourage you, and go buy " a simple guide to freshwater aquariums" by DAVID E. BORUCHOWITZ. no if's and's or butts. GET IT, READ IT. this book taught me everything and more to get into the hobby.
Fish Kept: (37 gallon) 3 golden angels, 4 black hybrid angels, 7 platies, 10 cardinal tetras, 3 irredesent blue scissortails, 5 schwartz cory cats, 1 oto cat, 2 japanese marsh"grass" shrimp. (20 gallon) cichlid tank 2 juli orantus( if you never seem them check them out ,BEAUTIFUL) 2 electric blue "hap" cichlids
Corals/Plants: various plants, but mainly wisteria, softball sized moss ball. driftwood.
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: mmmmm fish
About Yourself: my name is joe, 3 kids, married. when im not doing anything with them im with my other kids lol " the fish". i got into this hobby 3 yrs ago. but i have been a life long fan.

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