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55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Full tank Shot

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Country: Australia
Description: This is my 55.Gal long tank. I'm using a single 48" reflector with an Aquastar globe, an Otto PF300G 1200l/ph canister filter with a Otto PF600N powerfilter for a little added circulation and Co2 injection, 2 150W NatHura heaters and a custom stand.
Advice: Don't rush into things. Do some resaerch and make sure the fish you want to keep are compatible and like the same water conditions.
Fish Kept: 2 Dwarf Gourami, 2 Peppered Corydora, 2 Clown Loach, 1 Male Swordtail. Pretty bare i know.
Corals/Plants: Just some driftwood and live plants. Not too many. Just trying my hand at growing them.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: He had a face like a sucked Mango!
About Yourself: Got into the hobby years ago while in high school. Now i work as a textile baler and things could'nt be better.

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