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Photo Caption: 66g Community tank! 1 purple spot gudgeon, 1 banded leponius, 4 giant danios, 2 aquatic crabs, 1 P. Socolofi, 1 golden clawed frog, random tetras and danios oh and a feather fin and a pleco.
freshwater fish - cichlasoma sp. - flower horn cichlid stocking in 66 gallons tank - my flowerhorn with injury
66 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 66g Community tank! 1 purple spot gudgeon, 1 banded leponius, 4 giant danios, 2 aquatic crabs, 1 P. Socolofi, 1 golden clawed frog, random tetras and danios oh and a feather fin and a pleco.

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Country: Canada
Description: Its a 66 gallon Community tank 3/8 pane 48"w 20"h 16"d. 2 filters one canister filter and one aqua clear. 2 48" floresent lights. Three Under water lights for great night time viewing. 300 watt hydor heater and CO2 setup
Advice: stay away from java moss!! it makes one hell of a mess.
Fish Kept: 1 purple spot gudgeon 1 banded leponius 2 albino tiger barbs 1 albino P. Socolofi 2 giant Danios 1 Bristlenose pleco 1 Feather fin catfish 2 crabs 1 African Clawed Frog And a handfull of stripped danios and tetras
Corals/Plants: 9 plants some are swordleafs 2 look like onion plants but they dont have a bulb on the end. 1 looks like grass
Tank Size: 66 gallons
About Yourself: Just got bit by the Aquarium bug last year!! Ifyoui have any advice for me or see any problems with my tank please let me know thanks.

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