Photo #1 - 55 Gallon With Tiger Oscar And Common Pleco

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Photo Caption: 55 gallon with tiger oscar and common pleco
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon with tiger oscar and common pleco

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: Penguin 350 Filter with bio wheel, and an undergravel filter. Lighting is a 20 watt 24" bulb for dim lighting. And Heating the tank at a constant 76 degrees is a aqueon pro 150 heater.
Advice: Many people have there opinions on what is "the best" and what is "the worst". But honestly everything has its advantages along with it's disadvantages. So if you like something or want it, just do it!
Fish Kept: Currently 1 common pleco (2 inch), 1 tiger oscar (2 inch), and 6 red phantom tetras (temporarily)
Corals/Plants: Fake plants but currently growing some of those Berta bulbs, we'll see how that goes.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: You reap what you sow
About Yourself: College student at Portland state university, iv always loved fish and decided to brin them into my room.

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