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State: Nevada
Country: United States
Description: All natural tank. Temperature set at 75deg F. Activated Carbon waterfall filter. Single airpump with air-stone to provide additional circulation. Two 18"overhead flourescent bulbs. Theme: freshwater tank with marine bed appearance (play sand). No soil substrate needed.
Advice: Dechlorinate any water fish will be in ....even temporarily. CYCLE CYCLE CYCLE first!!! It will prevent that milky white haze from appearing. When changing substrate , gather old substrate in a mesh basket and leave in tank for a week so all the beneficial bacteria can completely transfer--you wanna keep out the haze don't you?! Salt sprinkled on goldfish cures white mold on their backs if happens to you. Air pumps aren't necessary if you have a waterfall....splashing provides all the ogygen necessary.
Fish Kept: 3 Green-Spotted Puffers 2 Black Ornamental goldfish 3 common(bait) goldfish 1 Albino Lizard fish 1 "zebra" bottom feeder 1 black Molly 1 "zebra" angel fish 1 crab
Corals/Plants: Twenty bamboo trees arranged in groups of fours(quads).
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: "LEGALIZE!!"
About Yourself: I watch my tank more than I watch TV!!

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