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Country: Australia
Description: 4ft, Custom Wood Stand and Hood.. Built in Purple Neon and White Flurecent Grow Light (Aqua one).. Aqua one Air Pump.. Aqua one Heater.. Aqua one Outer Tank Canister Filter (900lph).. Drift Wood, Unknown Plants.. Aqua one Bubble Wall
Advice: trial & error will teach you more than anything, But look into things first like which pet shop is the best in your area, Which type of fish can go with which , What fish you want to keep and then set your tank up accordingly also make sure you read up on deseases like white spot & fin rot.
Fish Kept: 1x large Spotted Sailfin Plecostamus, 1x large Cytradonitus, 2x large Bristlenose Catfish, 2x large Pictus Catfish, 1x large Spiny Eel, 1x Platinum Gourami, 5x black widow tetras, 2x snails
Corals/Plants: Drift Wood.. Unknown Plants..
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: Hands off the Glass..Idiot..
About Yourself: WHITE SPOT is the devil.

COMMENTS

Thank you for the nice comments. For the life of me i can not keep a Pleco alive for more than 2 months. So with that said your doing a great job. fish avatar
great pic! fish avatar
That is a very cool fish. Well done. fish avatar

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