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Photo Caption: all live plants, 2 discus, 1 dwarf clown, 1 red honey gourami, 1 dwarf gourami, 1 glow light tetra, 7 rummy nosed tetras
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - all live plants, 2 discus, 1 dwarf clown, 1 red honey gourami, 1 dwarf gourami, 1 glow light tetra, 7 rummy nosed tetras

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Country: Canada
Description: 30" wide, 17" tall, 12" deep, Filters: Hagen Aquaclear 20 Hagen Aquaclear 30 (sponge, polywhol, ammonia remover, biomax inserts), Heater: Tetra HT30 100w (maintains 29C), 25" 100w full spectrum light CO2 injector a variety of tropical plants (all bought) tree root (found and cured myself) art vargas glass piece
Advice: Do lots of research before making any purchases! When creating your tank; DIY, it's much cheaper and allows you to use your creativity (also research EVERYTHING you put inside your tank: it may need to be cured first or it may leach poisons into your water). Keep in mind what type of environment your fish naturally come from. Be careful when making temperature changes, this will greatly affect your plants over time.
Fish Kept: 1 tangerine dream discus 1 turquoise discus 1 dwarf gourami 1 red honey gourami 6 rummy nosed tetras
Corals/Plants: Hydrocotyle verticillata, Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea', Hygrophila polysperma 'Rosanervig', Hygrophila polysperma, Cryptocoryne parva
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: beware the blue lobster
About Yourself: I love fishes! I got my first tank over a year ago now and havn't looked back since. Any advice on keeping discus and live plants would be greatly appreciated- there is always more to learn.

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