55 Gallon Freshwater tank with 50 FISH ! - YouTube

55 gallon freshwater fish tank - YouTube
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Well, the requirements for a 55 gallon goldfish tank would be much different from a 55 gallon freshwater community tank. The lighting, filter and even the tank shape is affected by this one decision.
My 55 gallon freshwater fish tank includes..
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It’s not all as simple as just picking a tank size and going with it, however. You want to keep in mind the type of fish you’re going to be keeping, whether the tank will hold freshwater fish or saltwater fish (either tropical fish or marine fish), what its capabilities are for supporting plant life and good bacteria growth in the tank. Also keep in mind the location within the room as the weight of the tank is very heavy once filled with water, fish, and accessories. A 55 gallon fish tank filter is also a huge part of picking the right tank for a number of reasons that we’ll get into below. So peruse these options for the best 55 gallon fish tanks below. 55 gallon freshwater fish tank with fish and metal stand - pets
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Saltwater aquariums are a beautiful addition to any home; marine fish often have a beauty that freshwater fish often cannot replicate. Setting up a saltwater aquarium can be a difficult task that requires very careful preparation. A 55-gallon tank is one of the more popular sizes when it comes to aquariums, as it allows for a lot of swimming space and serves as an excellent display tank, and is readily available at most pet shops. Setting up a 55-gallon saltwater fish tank requires several materials and many steps, not to mention a lot of patience, so proceed knowing that it won't be easy, but the experience can be very rewarding.This is my now finished 55 gallon freshwater aquarium setup. If you watch my previous video, you will see that I had two goldfish. I decided to try something new, and am happy with the results.
The fish are as followed,
7 tiger barbs
7 neon tetras
6 Serpae tetras
1 rainbow shark
1 common pleco
Filter- 2 Tetra Whisper 60 giving me 660 GPH. This tank setup has been up for about 2 months now, and the fish are all happy and live very well together.
Feel free to provide comments on it. I plan on giving updates through out the time I have it, I'm very excited to see my Pleco grow to larger sizes.
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CREDIT goes to longzijun.This is a movie of my 55 gallon freshwater aquarium. It is a community tank with a variety of semi aggressive and community fish. If you have any other questions, feel free to message me or leave your comments!

The water quality has a PH of around 6.7 and is hard. Water changes made about ever 3-4 weeks.

I have had alot of luck with breeding my Tigerbarbs (3rd generation), guppies, mollies and cories (2nd generation).
My cherry barbs also produce eggs weekly but they are always low in quantity and impossible to get out before the other fish eat them. Same with my tiger-barbs. My cories also will produce eggs on water changes.

No CO2 or liquid fertilizers are used for the plants, as I like to keep water quality free of chemicals. The amazonicus does have fertilizer sticks as they are heavy root feeders. I also think having a heavily stocked tanks provide abundant nutrition and C02.

Overall, I would say my tank is overstocked with fish but I run an extra filter and I have not lost a fish in a very long time. So seems balanced.

Fish in this aquarium:

Semi Aggressive species
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Tiger barbs (6)
Albino Barbs (6)
Red Tailed Shark (1)

Community friendly species Include:
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Bronze Cory (15+?)
Pepper Cory (4)
Spotted Cory (3)
Misc. Unknown Rescue Cory (2)
Cherry Barbs (6)
Opaline gourami (3)
Oto cats (6)
Common Pleco (1)
Platinum Molly (2 adult, Fry?)
Black Lyertail Molly (2 adult, Fry?)
Dalmation Molly (3 adult, fry?)
Feeder Guppy (3 adult, fry?)
Clown Pleco (2, not shown due to hiding)
Spotted Raphael Catfish (1, not shown due to hiding)

Other:
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A few varieties of misc snails like pond, trumpet...

Plants and Aquascape
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Long Stemmed Hornwort
Duckweed
Java Fern
Echinodorus amazonicus
Driftwood (Mopani and collected)
Landscape Rocks
Special Plant Substrate (laterite clay)
Sand Substrate (pool filter sand)

Equipment:
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55 Gallon Long Aquarium
All glass aquarium lids
2 x Hagen AquaClear 70 filters
2 x T5 Nova Extreme Lighting Strips with 10k daylight and plant growth bulbs
Light timer power strip for 12 hr period of day lighting
ViaAqua heater set to 78F

Feeding:
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Variety of Pellet / Flake/disc food from
Fish love their stuff!We often witness our parents refusing to buy a fish tank claiming that it occupies more space than required. An answer to such claims is the dramatic yet highly aesthetic Octagon AquaTower. The 55 gallon fish tank acts as a magic wand with a slightly larger diameter representing the underwater beauty, bringing it in front of your eyes. The bottom is made of seamless acrylic and can be used with freshwater. True to its material, the glass is safer, stronger, 40% clearer and rich in texture.