Photo #1 - New Design And Hopefully Final Design Of Tank.

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Photo Caption: New design and hopefully final design of tank.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - New design and hopefully final design of tank.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon long. Mostly plastic plants. Aquaclear 150 filter, Coralife 60w dual daylight bulbs, 150w heater.
Advice: Decide on what type of "look" you want. I went through a lot of trial and error before settling on the current layout.
Fish Kept: Currently there are 2 fancy guppies, 3 headlight tetras, 2 Ottocinclus, 3 Red Phantom Tetras and 2 Blood Parrot Cichlids. I bought the guppies and tetras to help cycle the tank and they have been doing great. So far the cichlids have left them alone.
Corals/Plants: Java moss
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: "Never underestimate the predictability of stupidity"
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COMMENTS

WOW! fish avatar
I like your tank where did you get the stump? and what are fake and which are real plants? really nice set up. I also have a 30g. fish avatar
i think that parrot ciclid sticking its lil face out is so cute :D fish avatar
Looks amazing. Great work. fish avatar
It seems if you don't have a ton of cichlids you don't score as high. fish avatar
BEAUTIFUL set-up here. Why isn't this tank number one?! fish avatar
like your tank,hope i can get mine looking this good fish avatar

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