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freshwater fish - symphysodon sp. - white discus stocking in 55 gallons tank - 1

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: dont really know where my rulers at for the dimensions think its 50 across 20 tall 12 front to back bought the tank from someone else. two hang on filters an aquaclear and some other one. not to sure one the light think its a natural light 18w.thinkin bout changing it. substant . tahitian moon sand mixd w/ blank flourite.
Advice: what everyone else says read and ask questions
Fish Kept: some discus i just started to get into them prolly end up being a discus tank. couple angel fish that came with tank when i bought it. and two red tail sharks. and two bichirs which are getting taken to the fish store
Corals/Plants: just started with the planted tank . really dont know the names . kinda picked them on suggestion from someone . planning to add more slowly
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: imma fein for this.

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