Photo #2 - 60g Front View - ~30 Green Neons ~5 Ottos 1 B...

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Eheim 2217 #5 co2 tank Azoo regulator DIY inline reactor Tek 4x54w T5 Ho ETH 300w inline heater
Advice: Patience
Fish Kept: ~30 Green neons ~5 Ottos 1 Botia striata
Corals/Plants: Echinodorus tenellus 'micro' Eleocharis parvula Echinodorus angustifolius
Tank Size: 60 gallons
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Its Soil master select, a clay surface used for baseball fields, its only about 1.25 inches in the front, and much deeper near the back. Thanks for all the nice comments.:) fish avatar
btw: how deep and what is your substrate? fish avatar
i would love to snorkel in a lake about 4 feet deep surrounded by little green neons, and have that be the entire bottom. it would be a serene wonderland. as the others have said, simple and simply beautiful tank. rated 10. fish avatar
Both tanks look Amano to me. You really a soccer player? fish avatar
Definitely, I'm not a devoted fan of Amano style, but have to say this looks just great. Something like the beauty of simplicity. Should be in Top 5. rgds, Filip fish avatar
very well done Amano-style tank. Think about doubling the number of Green neons. I'd love to see a big school. fish avatar
very nice friend. simple yet very powerfull design :) fish avatar
I love this tank, it just looks like a beautiful open field. wow great work. fish avatar
Very serene and elegant. Everything works perfectly. Love it. fish avatar

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