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29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 29 gallon - non CO2 - amazon sword - micro sword - lilies - anubias - crypts - java fern - australis bacopa - moss - cardinal tetras - congo tetra - dwarf pleco - otto - assassin snails - lyretails - swords -
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Photo Caption: 29 gallon - non CO2 - amazon sword - micro sword - lilies - anubias - crypts - java fern - australis bacopa - moss - cardinal tetras - congo tetra - dwarf pleco - otto - assassin snails - lyretails - swords -
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 29 gallon - non CO2 - amazon sword - micro sword - lilies - anubias - crypts - java fern - australis bacopa - moss - cardinal tetras - congo tetra - dwarf pleco - otto - assassin snails - lyretails - swords -

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: eheim 2215 canister filter, EHEIM Jager Aquarium Thermostat Heater 75W, CaribSea Black Tahitian Moon Sand mixed eco complete and flourite
Advice: Patience...
Fish Kept: cardinal tetras - congo tetra - dwarf pleco - otto - assassin snails - lyretails - swords
Corals/Plants: amazon sword - micro sword - lilies - anubias - crypts - java fern - australis bacopa
Tank Size: 29 gallons

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