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State: Louisiana
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon glass. HOB filters.
Advice: Start slow and ask a lot of questions. Do it right the first time, be patient. Good luck!!
Fish Kept: 30 gallon: Blue Dwarf Gourami, school of Neon Tetras and Longfinned Danios. Pleco, 3 Spotted Cories, 2 African Dwarf Frogs. Large population of snails. 20L: 2 black moores, 2 fancy goldfish. 10 gallon: Heavily planted, a few different algea eaters and a Tiger Barb. One Betta in his own tank.
Corals/Plants: Amazon Swords, Java Fern, Peacock Fern, Aqua Fern, Wisteria, Banana Plant, Hornwart, Umbrella Plant, Anubius, and a few others.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: "To each their own"
About Yourself: I have been keeping fish for 2 years. Always on a budget which makes it hard, but I manage. Ive got 3 tanks running right now, 30, 20, and a 10 gallon. I cant wait to upgrade my 30 to a 55. When I move into a more permanent location, I will be investing in my first saltwater tank, most likely a 75 gallon with my 20L or my 30 as a sump.

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