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Old 08-14-2020, 05:48 PM   #1
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60 gallon tank help.

my wife bought a 60 gallon Marineland tank. I have to work out decor and fake plants still and not sure on substrate yet. I have an aquatop cf300 canister and a heater.

I have been trying to figure out fish to stock and right now leaning towards 3 German blue rams and 3 electric blue rams. 10 cherry barbs. 10 brilliant rummynose tetras. 5 peppered Cory's and 5 dwarf gourami.

Any constructive criticism, ideas,, and tips are very welcome.
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60 gallon, gallon, tan, tank

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