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Photo Caption: This is my tank after changing some of the lighting
110 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my tank after changing some of the lighting

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Ranked #266 out of 2560 planted tanks pictures worldwide
This picture looks better than 89.61% of pictures in this category
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The Average Score for this picture is: 6.2
This picture has been rated : 196 times.
The Average Score for this category is: 5.29

More Info

Country: Sweden
Description: 150x60x60 cm, 540 lit. 4x40W, CO2, Rena Filstar XP3, mangrove roots, gravel shaped into slopes
Advice: Let nature have its course, dont over-work it.
Fish Kept: Cromobotia macracanthus, Crossocheilus oblongus, Gyrinocheilus aymonieri, Pangio kuhlii, Puntius pentazona, Trichogaster leeri, Tanichthys micagemmae
Corals/Plants: Anubias barteri, Echinodorus bleheri, Hygrophila corymbosa, Microsorum pteropus, Sagittaria subulata, Vesicularia dubyana, Ludwigia repens, Gymnocoronis spilanthoides, Echinodorus magdalensis, Micranthemum umbrosum
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Gone fishing

COMMENTS

Thanks for the nice comments. Sadly this tank is no longer in operation since I moved to a new town. @payaso58: I don't really clean the gravel, only change water but without sticking the hose down into the bottom layer. fish avatar
Hi: This is one of the nicest tanks in this website..How do you clean the bottom??.. fish avatar
To have plants like that....I need to change my lighting.... very nice fish avatar
This is just a superb tank, I don't know why it's not in the top 10, seriously!!! fish avatar
very nice tank just don't know what to say wow fish avatar

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