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20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - A work in progress!

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 20 gallon long, Eco-Complete gravel, T-8 Floramax bulb (wanting to upgrade), HOB filter, Heater, Hagen Nutrafin CO2 Natural Plant System
Advice: Research research research! AND Learn the nitrogen cycle - your fish will thank you (because they'll be alive).
Fish Kept: Platy, Platy, Platy, Platy, Platy, Platy, Panda Cory Cat, Panda Cory Cat, Panda Cory Cat, Ghost shrimp, Nerite snails
Corals/Plants: Anubias Nana, Anubias Afzelii, Windelov Java fern, Java Moss, Moneywort, Staurogyne Repens, Wendtii Cyrpt, Dwarf Pennywort, Marimo moss ball, Amazon Sword
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: I had a 10 gallon as a teenager but gave up the hobby. I've reentered it and already have 3 tanks (2 are nanos). I dream of owning big aquariums some day when money and space allow it.

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