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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 85 Gallon Freshwater T5HO 54 wats x2 Rena xp2 canister filter and Aquaclear 70 filter x2 2 liter DIY C02 (sugar & yeast) not cutting it for 85 gallons will probably buy a 10lb CO2 tank in future.
Advice: Been keeping fish for about 2 years. Make sure you do weekly water changes and check for water parameters are in safe levels. Buy a tank big enough for the fish as they grow. Also research fish so you don't get major aggression issues. I have 3 snoody mid-sized cichlids. They all get along alright, except the Green Texas Cichlid gets chased around a lot.
Fish Kept: 1 Hypsophrys nicaraguensis (Macaw Cichlid), 1 Electric Blue Jack Dempsey, 1 Green Texas Cichlid, 1 Salvini Cichlid, 2 Boeseman’s Rainbowfish, 1 Irian Jaya Rainbowfish, 1 Millennium Rainbowfish, 3 Lake Kutubu Rainbowfish, 2 clown loaches, 2 Congo Tetras, 1 Empire Tetra, 2 raphael catfish, , 2 albino bristlenose plecos
Corals/Plants: Anubias Java Fern on Bog Wood Vallisneria Ludwigia Hornwort
Tank Size: 85 gallons

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