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Submitted By: Scott Oliphant on
Photo Caption: 75 Galllon Planted 5 Dwarf Hairgrass. 2 Anubias nana 1 Anubias bateri-Large 4 Amazon Sword-Large, Potted 4 Temple Narrow Leaf 4 Anacharis 1 Ruffle Plant-Medium 2 Madagascar Lace 1 Marble Queen Radican
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 75 Galllon Planted 5 Dwarf Hairgrass. 2 Anubias nana 1 Anubias bateri-Large 4 Amazon Sword-Large, Potted 4 Temple Narrow Leaf 4 Anacharis 1 Ruffle Plant-Medium 2 Madagascar Lace 1 Marble Queen Radican

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The Average Score for this picture is: 4.54
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The Average Score for this category is: 5.32

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: All-Glass Aquarium. 75 Gallons. It is 48"x18"x21" Very Cool. Set it up about two weeks ago. Mostly Planted, Will add fish later (They are in quarantine under observation). Lighting is 4 bulb coralife compact, 260 Watts. Filtration is Eheim Professional II, Very Good! . Heater: Won pro heat II, 250 watts, The BEST. Will be adding Coralife UV sterilizer.
Advice: Always put your fish under quarantine before addding to your setup.
Fish Kept: None Yet, Will add Rainbows.
Corals/Plants: 5 Dwarf Hairgrass. 2 Anubias nana 1 Anubias bateri-Large 4 Amazon Sword-Large, Potted 4 Temple Narrow Leaf 4 Anacharis 1 Ruffle Plant-Medium 2 Madagascar Lace 1 Marble Queen Radican
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: Why
About Yourself: Really like the hobby. I'm fifteen now. Did all this my self. ( Dad did the paying! Thank God.) Really am thinking of adding shrimp to this aquarium!

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thats a great tank, i cant believe the average score it not much higher. fish avatar

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