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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 6'x2'x2' undergravel filters, 600watts of heat, 1 powerhead per plate,800gph in 2 filters with bio-wheels. Over 200lbs of gravel.
Advice: Regular water changes at least every 3-4 weeks. Keep tropicals at 78-82 degrees. Keep compatible species and don't overcrowd.
Fish Kept: 5 Clown Loaches between 5"-7", 1 synodontus decorus 11", 3 multipunctatus 3",syno. brichardi 5", 3black calvus 3", electric blue 5", electric yellow 4", 2 Kendali 3", 1 blk. shark 6",Plecos are....red-tail sternella 9", green phantom 6"+,Goldie 4", Gold Nugget 3", Vampire 4",snowball baryancistrus 4", megaclown peckolita 2", mango 5", blue phantom 4"lemon 3".
Corals/Plants: artificial plants with 10 plecos! skulls from-alligator,wild boar,and a cow. 1 moose antler,2 large, cool driftwood,river rocks and shelve rocks. Aquascaping helps make this hobby enjoyable and seeing how the fish react to change in environment.
Tank Size: 180 gallons
About Yourself: Been in the hobby over 20 years, Worked at the Toledo Zoo in aquarium dept. Won 2nd place in Ohio pet shop skills competition, worked at 6 pet+fish stores in 3 states and it never ceases to amaze me what people do with aquariums and the questions they ask.

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