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Photo Caption: 29 gallon. Java Moss, small Java Ferns and artificial plants. My first tank so nothing elaborate yet. I'm still looking for ideas to have it end up looking as natural as possible
29 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 29 gallon. Java Moss, small Java Ferns and artificial plants. My first tank so nothing elaborate yet. I'm still looking for ideas to have it end up looking as natural as possible

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon with the standard fluorescent light that came with it. Set up in Jan 06. I built the rock structure in the back to serve as a hiding place and have the Java Moss growing on it. Marineland 200 watt heater and Penguin 200 filter. The gravel is by Spectrastone. Trying to keep it natural looking and would like to evenutally have all live plants. This is my first tank so nothing eleborate yet.
Advice: Have patience and let the tank cycle before adding all of your fish. Get a test kit so you know when it's ready. Research everything. It's all on the internet.
Fish Kept: 6 Zebra Danios, 6 Neon Tetras, 2 Pepper Cory Cats, 2 Otocinclus and 2 Dwarf African Frogs.
Corals/Plants: Java Moss, a few small Java Ferns and one unknown Aqua Plants from PetCo. Watch out for these. Most aren't true aquarium plants and will die quick. The tank is new so my plants haven't grown a lot yet.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: None
About Yourself: Set the tank up for the kids, but ended up turning into a hobby.

COMMENTS

looks great so far. natural is the way to happy fish. fish avatar
where did you get the driftwood? fish avatar

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