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Photo Caption: A spotted Discus
freshwater fish - symphysodon spp. - red turquoise discus stocking in 75 gallons tank - A spotted Discus

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: A 75 gallon Marineland specialty curved front, flat back corner tank, with Eheim Pro 3 filter, a 36 inch 2x96 watt Current USA Satellite Dual Compact Fluorescent, a Whisper Air Pump, a 300 watt Hydor Theo Heater, a 80 watt Tunze Substrate heating cable, and Natural Plant CO2 system
Advice: Research everything you put in to your tank and be patient
Fish Kept: Discus - (1 spotted, 1 pigeon Blood, 2 Snakeskin, 1 Blue Diamond, 2 Royal Blue) Pleco - (1 Albino Long Fin) Cat - (2 Peppered cory) Tetra - (25 jumbo neon, 4 Black Skirts) 1 Clown Loach
Corals/Plants: Dwarf Hair grass (Eleocharis Acicularis) Temple - narrow leaf (Hygrophila Corymbosa) Red Rubin (Echinodorus Rubin) Amazon Sword (Echinodorus Amazonicus) Java Fern (Microsorum Pteropus) Anubias Barteri (Anubias Barteri) Red Wendtii (Cryptocoryne Wendtii) Cabomba (Cabomba Caroliniana)
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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