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15 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Simple 15g tank, sand substrate only. Patiently waiting for the plants to grow! (Except for the anubias taken from an old tank) Vals, ambulia, nana petite, rotala, ludiwgia repens, ludwigia sp pink, moss balls, red root floaters, using fluval root tabs and thrive c liquid ferts. Inhabitants includes Ember tetras, Golden white cloud minnows, CPD, Corydoras Habrosus, Otos, Amano shrimps and a nerite snail. :)
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Photo Caption: Simple 15g tank, sand substrate only. Patiently waiting for the plants to grow! (Except for the anubias taken from an old tank) Vals, ambulia, nana petite, rotala, ludiwgia repens, ludwigia sp pink, moss balls, red root floaters, using fluval root tabs and thrive c liquid ferts. Inhabitants includes Ember tetras, Golden white cloud minnows, CPD, Corydoras Habrosus, Otos, Amano shrimps and a nerite snail. :)
15 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Simple 15g tank, sand substrate only. Patiently waiting for the plants to grow! (Except for the anubias taken from an old tank) Vals, ambulia, nana petite, rotala, ludiwgia repens, ludwigia sp pink, moss balls, red root floaters, using fluval root tabs and thrive c liquid ferts. Inhabitants includes Ember tetras, Golden white cloud minnows, CPD, Corydoras Habrosus, Otos, Amano shrimps and a nerite snail. :)

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Country: Singapore
Description: Standard 15g with fluval C2 HOB filter, sand substrate only :)
Advice: Have fun!
Tank Size: 15 gallons

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