Photo #1 - Royal Nugget Pleco W/ Angel Fin Ram Chichlid To T...

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Photo Caption: Royal Nugget Pleco w/ Angel Fin Ram Chichlid to the left
freshwater fish - baryancistrus sp. - gold nugget pleco (l-18) stocking in 65 gallons tank - Royal Nugget Pleco w/ Angel Fin Ram Chichlid to the left
65 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 65 Gallon semi planted with slate stone work

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State: Virginia
Country: United States
Description: 36x18 inch tank with slate rock. Running a simple Whisper 60 Power Filter and Coral Life 95 W Power Compact fixture running 10k freshwater plant bulbs and a 36 in AGA deluxe strip light with power glo bulb.
Advice: Be loyal to our local pet shop there advice is valuable and loyal customers earn that advice by showing patronage even when temptations of lower prices at chain stores and travel brings greater selection.
Fish Kept: Rummy Nose Tetras, Cardinal Tetras, Phantom Tetras, Sterbi Cory Catfish, Bala Sharks, Royal Gold Nugget Pleco, and Angel Fin Ram Chiclids.
Corals/Plants: Amazon Swords, Water Sprite, Java Fern, Sage, Hygrophilia, and Banana plants.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Just relax and look at the fish

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