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State: Kansas
Country: United States
Description: Penguin170 BioWheel Filter w/ SuperCartridge SC5 & Blue Bonded & Polyfill media added.
Advice: 1. Read at least a little about it before you buy anything past initial setup. 2. Let initial setup (tank, filter, heat, gravel, decoration, plants) sit for a week before you add any fish. 3. Add fish according to method recommended by local fish store (usually floating method). 4. Add fish/change anything slowly. Don't over feed.
Fish Kept: Green Coral Dwarf Gouramis - 1. Opaline Gouramis - 2. Angelfish - 1. Red Velvet Swordtails - Male & Female. Bristlenose Pleco - 1.
Corals/Plants: Live Plants: Java Fern. Water Lilly Bulb. Mopani Driftwood - 2.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: "May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view. May your mountains rise into and above the clouds." -- Edward Abbey
About Yourself: I inherited the tank, filter, and heating element from my sister when she moved to California to become a marine biologist; apparently something about Kansas wasn't fitting with her educational field. ;)

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