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10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Amazon Theme tank, Cardinals, Neons, Cory cats

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: Amazon theme. Very Basic setup, been out of the Hobby for about a year due to moving. got a small tank to start with, have had numerous tanks over the years up to 55 gallon planted, and 72 gallon saltwater reef. looking forward to getting back into the hobby!!
Advice: Take it slow, read up as much as you can. The end result is worth the wait!!
Fish Kept: Cardinal tetras, Neon Tetras, Pepper corys.
Corals/Plants: Java, Amazon swords, other misc.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: Have had aquariums since i was very young. have done fresh, salt, and brackish setups. Used to have my own aquarium cleaning service. At this time starting back slow and small, but am searching for the right discus tank at this time, and plan on breeding them and helping others in the hobby getting started with these beautiful fish!

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Sorry for the bad picture, i dont know why it is not uploading clear. fish avatar

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