Photo #1 - 30gal Planted Tank - Cherry Barbs, Corydoras Catf...

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Photo Caption: 30gal planted tank
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 30gal planted tank

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: Eheim 2213 Pressurized CO2 system JBJ CF 90W 6700k Eco Complete substrate EI ferts
Advice: Read as much as you can before you buy
Fish Kept: cherry barbs, corydoras catfish, neon tetras, otocinclus
Corals/Plants: Microsorium pteropus v. "narrow leaf", hemianthus micranthemoides, vallisneria americana, fissidens sp. unknown, lilaeopsis brasiliensis, anubias barteri v. nana "petite"
Tank Size: 30 gallons

COMMENTS

cats hungry for some fish dinner!! fish avatar
A Beauty!!..This tank is not only fantastic, it is as real as you can get compared to nature..many amazon rivers and small streams look similar in the wild..Very nice!!..Well done.. fish avatar
very very nice. I am an author, writig a book on south American cichids. I would be thrilled if you wold like to contribute any pictures. If so, Email me on South_cichlid@yahoo.co.uk. Many thanks. Dan fish avatar
Thats amazing! What kind of lighting do you use? fish avatar
very nicely set up. i love this! fish avatar
Love your aquascape... and love the cat on top of the tank. fish avatar

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