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Photo Caption: 55 gallon with lots of fish, live plants, and some fake ones to give it some color and provide better hiding places for the gouramis.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 gallon with lots of fish, live plants, and some fake ones to give it some color and provide better hiding places for the gouramis.

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: Standard All-Glass aquarium with Current USA fixture with two T5 HO bulbs (6700 K, 652 nm). Filtration by Whisper 60 external filter with Purigen bag. Substrate is CaribSea Instant Aquarium (Crystal River and Torpedo Beach).
Advice: Weekly 20% water changes to maximize number of fish that can be kept. Research your fish selections before purchasing to make sure are compatible with your aquarium size and other fish in your aquarium.
Fish Kept: 2 Panda Cory Cats, 1 Julii Cory Cat, 4 Yoyo Loaches, 1 Burmese Border Loach, 1 Common Pleco, 1 Rubber-lipped Pleco, 1 Redtail Shark, 2 Boesemani Rainbows, 3 MacColloch's Rainbows, 4 Dwarf Neon Rainbows, 3 Torquoise Rainbows, 3 Common Angels, 3 Bolivian Rams, 2 Swordtails, 1 Dwarf Gourami, 1 Opaline Gourami, 1 Golden Wonder Killifish
Corals/Plants: Driftwood, slate, and inert rounded rocks. Plants: Lutea, Anubias Coffeefolia, Anubias Minima, Rubin Sword, Kleiner Bar Sword, Spiralis, Dwarf Vallisneria, Water Wisteria, Java Fern, Mondo Grass, Banana Plant
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: It is better to be lucky than to be good!
About Yourself: Pharmacuetical chemist. Freshwater aquarist for about 20 years.

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very nice setup. good color and fish you picked out fish avatar

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