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Photo Caption: 25 gallon Tank, 2 weeks after setup, 2 day with fish
25 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 25 gallon Tank, 2 weeks after setup, 2 day with fish

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Country: Canada
Description: Tank: Glass 24 X 18 X 12 Filter: Marineland Biowheel 150 Heater: Jager 100W Light: GLO T5 HO (Overkill for fish only, but had the light from my last planted setup) Substrate: Crushed quartz
Advice: Don't buy everything in the pet store (that the pet store tells you to buy). REsearch what you need, then shop around. This tank cost me $100CAD, (already had the light) including decorations, fish, etc
Fish Kept: (4) Red Variegated Swordtails (3) Fancy Guppies
Corals/Plants: Plastic Plants
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: TBD
About Yourself: I have been in the hobby 10 years, but only recently setup a tank after 2 years off. My goal is to breed show guppies and other livebearers eventually. If anyone out there has any goo reference material on this topic, please send.

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