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Old 02-22-2013, 10:26 PM   #1
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Hey all. I've been out of the hobby for a while but i'm getting back into it. I used to have a 75 gal with African Cichlids and I set up some tanks for school and family. I've never had a planted aquarium though, and I'm thinking about setting up a 10 gal to start with and feel it out. If I can master plants I would like to establish a tank for a dwarf puffer. I'm studying wildlife biology right now, and when I finish I would like to start my first saltwater tank.

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20 gal planted-1 Dwarf Puffer, 1 South American Puffer, 2 Red Eye Tetras, 2 Serpae Tetras, 2 Siamese Algae Eaters, and some random ghost shrimp meant as food. Have 2 ten gallons empty so help me decide (maybe Betta and ADF and a shell dwelling Cichlid tank. Open to suggestions) Visit my T-shirt store http://www.moronsarefunny.spreadshirt.com
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