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Photo Caption: 8" 3 year old piranha "Fluffy" - 55 gallon tank 3/02/06
freshwater fish - pygocentrus nattereri - red bellied piranha stocking in 55 gallons tank - 8" 3 year old piranha "Fluffy" - 55 gallon tank 3/02/06

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallons, with a biowheel filter, water changes every two weeks
Advice: the best place on the web for all fish talk.
Fish Kept: 125 Gallon Reef - 1 Hippo Tang, 1 Yellow Tang, 1 True Percula Clownfish, 1 Purple Firefish, 1 Royal Gramma, 1 Neon Goby, 1 Yellow Watchman Goby 65 Gallon Seahorse - 3 H. Reidi, 1 Green Clown Goby 55 Gallon Amazon - 1 Red Belly Piranha, 1 Banded Head Stander 20 Gallon QT 10 Gallon Community - 1 Dwarf Gourami, 5 Neons, 3 Cories
Corals/Plants: Various mushrooms, xenia, star polyps, torch/anchor/'hammer/frogspawn, montipora, featherdusters, shrimps, crabs, snails.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Patience is a virtue
About Yourself: I prefer tanks with low stocking levels, it seems like everyone wants to just cram every species they can into their little glass box, My 125 Reef, 65 gallon seahorse, 55 gallon piranha tanks are all built around this concept.

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