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Submitted By: Tony on
Photo Caption: 2 months of age
80 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 2 months of age

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Country: Portugal
Description: Dimensions: 120cm x 50cm x 50cm Light: ATI Sunpower Dimmable 4x54W 6h daily period of which 3h are with full power. Filtration: 2 x modified Eheim 2071 Professional 3 external canistes (1050L/h each) Heating: 2 x 150W Jagger Co2 Injection: By reactor, 200 bpm Fertilization: DIY
Advice: Always think twice and don't rush things
Corals/Plants: Eleocharis Parvula Blyxa Japonica Staurogyne Repens Hygrophila polysperma 'Rosanervig' Heranthera Zosterfolia Myriophyllum matogrossense Floscopa Scandens Alternanthera reineckii ''roseafolia'' Limnophila aromatica
Tank Size: 80 gallons
Quote: Aut disce, aut dosce, aut discede

COMMENTS

wow!!That tanks looks incredible. fish avatar
Thank you! It's still work in progress though. I need to improve the right side a litte further. Your tank looks very clean btw. I thought it would be impossible to keep a tank so clean as yours. Best Regards, Tony fish avatar

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