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Photo Caption: Planted Fish Tank
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted Fish Tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 4ft Fish tank that i've been working on for the last year. Lots of bog wood and plants for the fish to swim around. Running tetratec700 filter with 200w heater. Custom made cover with 10 LED bulbs Stock includes Cherry, Tiger, Chequered and Petazona barb, Red Tailed Shark, Keyhole and Firemouth Cichlid, Dwarf Neon Rainbow Fish, Purple Harlequin Rasbora, Badis Ruber and a Cory.
Advice: Don't be worried if you lose a few fish along the way. Change 20% of your water every 2 weeks and clean out your filter every month. Also you don't have ot buy the expensive, made for your filter, filter pads, get on ebay and but some decent sponge/wool pads you can cut to size.
Fish Kept: Stock includes Cherry, Tiger, Chequered and Petazona barb, Red Tailed Shark, Keyhole and Firemouth Cichlid, Dwarf Neon Rainbow Fish, Purple Harlequin Rasbora, Badis Ruber and a Cory.
Corals/Plants: Plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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