Photo #2 - Taken After Lights Went Out So My Snails Are Out ...

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Photo Caption: Taken after lights went out so my snails are out and about
fish tank picture - ocelot sword
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Taken after lights went out so my snails are out and about

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: 40 breeder Planted low techFinnex fuge ray planted plus 36" / fluval Eco bright 24" Sun sun 303b canister filter/ air powered sponge filter 60lbs fluval plant substrate Toms surface skimmer canister intake Tetra whisper 30-60 gal air pump
Advice: Do your research and don't be afraid to fail trial and error is the best way to learn
Corals/Plants: Italian vall. Java fern temple compacta ocelot sword hygro fern Staurogyne repens and some unknown tall stem plant (front right)
Tank Size: 40 gallons
About Yourself: I have 3 mollies 9 harlequin rasboras 9 glow light tetras. 2 albino Cory cats 7 black racer nerite snails

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