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Photo Caption: just started this planted tank was using it to house fry decided to try it out all plants moss rocks and drift wood i got from the local river in my area realy liking it so going to order the proper lighting and co2 just need to do some research on what i need open for any suggestions
150 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - just started this planted tank was using it to house fry decided to try it out all plants moss rocks and drift wood i got from the local river in my area realy liking it so going to order the proper lighting and co2 just need to do some research on what i need open for any suggestions
fish tank picture - my fish from the adult tank

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: 150 gal 20 x 24 72 glass c 530 and c 150 canister filters standard florescent lights crushed coral and river pebbles for substrate river rock sand stone plants and moss are unknown dug them up from the river along with some driftwood
Advice: get the biggest tank you have room for first because you will eventually do it any way
Fish Kept: all fry from my adult tank Electric Yellow,Blue Zebra , bunble bee, ruby red, and blue dolphin
Corals/Plants: local river plants.moss,river rocks and driftwood
Tank Size: 150 gallons

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