Photo #1 - 55 Gallon Freshwater Nw Chiclid

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Photo Caption: 55 gallon Freshwater NW Chiclid
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon Freshwater NW Chiclid

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: Setup: -55 gal All-Glass aquarium -20 silk Sea Garden Plants -43 lbs of African Root diftwood -60 lbs of CarbiSea's Tahitian Moon Sand -2x 150 watt Visi-Therm Heaters -Emperor 400 Power Filter -48" All-Glass Twin-Tube Strip -2x 24" All-Glass canopies -TetraTec DW96-2 Deep Water Pump
Advice: I'm only 20 y/o and this is my first freshwater aquarium since back in my pre-teen swordtails and platies days and even I now the value of regular water changes.
Fish Kept: The tanks only 4 months old so go easy on me! (1) 4 inch **Real** Red Texas (1) 3 inch Texas (15) Asian Golden Clams
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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hey like it nice fella nice fish avatar
nice setup im glad to see other freshwater keepers with sand in their tanks youll have to take a look at mine when they approve the pics fish avatar
nice i like it alot fish avatar

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