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Country: Australia
Description: tank is a 4ft x 18in x 14in, its running a 4ft single low output light and a double 2ft high output reflector, the filtration is a fluval 305 canister filter and is being heated by a 150watt heater, i have a red sea co2 bio system running 10 hours of the day and a healthy cocktail of plant supplements including iron, trace , excel and comprehensive plant food all made by seachem.
Advice: be very patient, dont over stock and always remember that biological function creates low maintinence, time and patients again is a major key to having a successful tank set up
Fish Kept: 3 neon tetras,2 pakastani loach's, 1 red tail rainbow shark, 3 betta's 8 flying foxes and 3 bristle nose catfish, 10 cardinal tetras and 7 bloodfin tetras
Corals/Plants: various plants inc, riccia, thin val, chain swords, hair grass, echino red devil,fontanalis, liliopsis, pink baby tears, anubias nana, anubias hybrid, blexia and curly val.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: here fishie fishie....lol
About Yourself: i enjoy my hobby alot and i have about 7 tanks set up including betta breeding, freshwater australian natives, saltwater marine and tropical planted, i always want a new challenge and love the peaceful vibe that comes from the underwater world.

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