Photo #1 - Front View Of My 45g Freshwater Glass Tank.

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Photo Caption: Front View of My 45G Freshwater Glass Tank.
45 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Front View of My 45G Freshwater Glass Tank.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 45G freshwater glass tank that uses Colormax Fluorescent lighting, ViaAqua Pumps, 125W Ebo Jager Heater, filtered by DIY 10G Sump Tank that does all the biological, mechanical, and chemical filtration I need!
Advice: Get a great filtration device first before worrying about the aesthetics of your fish tank. Do your due deligence in researching your fishes. And do, do ebay to cut down your costs! =)
Fish Kept: 4 tiger barbs, 4 green tiger barbs, 2 ruby glass barbs, 3 emerald green cory cats, 5 neon tetras, 5 glowlight tetras, 2 plecs, 1 flame dwarf gourami, 1 blue gourami, and 1 red fin shark.
Corals/Plants: Fake Plants.
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Quote: The Second Mouse gets the Cheese!

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colormax on maxcolor plants.whooowee! pretty pretty pretty fish avatar

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