Advice:Careful what size fish you have in your tank together don`t add any fish that might be able to fit in another fish`s mouth. Make sure you have proper filtration and do your water changes of at least 30% every two-three weeks.
Corals/Plants Kept:Vallisneria, Sagitaria, Ludwigia, espada del Amazonas, Hygrophila, 3 kinds of Anubis, Eleocharis acicularis, Utricularia graminifolia,
Advice:Hey guys when I started, I wanted a collection of all kinds of fishes, something that I was very wrong to do so, I was thinking that with lots of different hiding places I created, and putting all the fishes baby and at the same time they were going to grown up as a family. but that is just a fantasy, follow all the guide and follow all the parameters that exist for every fish, we all ready have them thanks to lots of studies and experiences.
Corals/Plants Kept:It's got a variety of plants in there:1. Jungle Val2. Different types of annubis 3. Moss4. Tiger and red lilies5. Amazon swords etc.
Advice:Lots of advice possible, here are the top lessons learnt:1. If you want a planted tank, people normally would suggest that you buy all the equipment and then the plants. That works for most, but I was specific abt the plants I wanted... Which then determined the equipment I needed. But the key is to match plants to equipment you have.2. Never buy all the fish at once, it's very tempting to get all the fish you want. But never do that. Always buy fishes in batches (quarantine it) with at least 2 - 3 weeks gap.3. Buy fishes from the same dealer. This helps any cross contamination / risk of infections. 4. Invest in timers and auto dosing machines. It helps a lot in reducing regular maintenance work load.5. Discus fish keeping is not easy but not very hard as people make it look. People say that these fishes are very shy and don't eat flake food etc. I have had mine eating flake food from my hands. 6. Enjoy the hobby and spread the cheer :)