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Country: South Africa
Description: I have a fresh water planted aquarium.My dimensions are as follow: 1200(L)x450(B)x500(H) I have standard lighting...x2 Aqua Glo(35watts) fluorescent tubing. The only filtration I'm using is an Aquadene under gravel filter,which is running on x2 Via Aqua (170B) Powerheads.It's simply the most natural filter by far.... I'm also running x 1 Tetratec APS100 air pump connected to a airstone for decoration as well as x1 Via Aqua heater(300W) that is set on 26 degrees....
Advice: Do not rush into setting up your fish tank,it is something you need to be patient with,it's worth the wait after all.....
Fish Kept: X1 Crowntail Siamese Fighter x1 Redtail Shark X2 Zebra Loaches x1 Clown Loach x17 Rummy Nose's x10 Pristila Tetra's X4 Black Phantoms X6 Red Eye Tetra's X6 Leopard Danio's X6 Zebra Danio's x6 Cloud Tail's x6 Cardinal Tetra's x15 Male Guppies x7 Red blood Platties
Corals/Plants: I have x30 plants including a planted wall as a backing in my aquarium,ship wreck and some river rocks....
Tank Size: 65 gallons
About Yourself: Im a straight forward honnest type of guy.

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