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Photo Caption: 46 Gallon (semi-aggressive) community tank, est. July 2006.
46 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 46 Gallon (semi-aggressive) community tank, est. July 2006.

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State: Utah
Country: United States
Description: Oceanic bowfront glass aquarium. All-glass standard 36" fluorescent w. (3) CurrentUSA blue lunar lights - on day/night timer. (1) Marineland Magnum 350 canister filter. (1) Marineland Penguin Bio-wheel 350 filter. (1) 150 watt heater. CurrentUSA Aqua-Chef automatic feeder. (2) large driftwood sculptures. Walnut brown substrate. My next move will be to improve my lighting (i.e. twin fluorescents with an actinic bulb)
Advice: Research...research...research. When it comes to fish compatibility...experiment a little! (just make sure they're fast enough to get out of the way!)
Fish Kept: (12) Tiger Barbs (5) Red Eye Tetras (2) Neon Rosy Barbs (2) Bala Sharks (3) Silver Dollars (3) Bumble Bee Catfish (4) Pineapple Swords (1) Malayan Angel {Mono} (1) Electric Yellow Cichlid (2) Demasoni Cichlids (2) Auratus Cichlids (1) Red Parrot Cichlid
Corals/Plants: Silk plants
Tank Size: 46 gallons
Quote: "As a rule, man is a fool. When it's hot, he wants it cool. When it's cool, he wants it hot - always wanting what is NOT...never wanting what he's GOT."
About Yourself: I work for the Utah State Office of Tourism...come see us soon! I was always fascinated by aquariums since I was a little kid. (something about maintaining an entire ecosystem in an iddy bitty space!) I finally broke down and spent (around $1,500) on a cool setup...but now I want it to be bigger!

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