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22 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Sometimes is hard work but most of the times its all fun

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Juwel reckord Lighting system with 1 x 18/20w tube Juwel Filter system: Compact S
Advice: Since I am new at fishkeeping, the only advice I can give is; have fun! Do research on books and the internet to find the needs of each fish and try to give them a nice home.
Fish Kept: 2 Angels fish. 2 Honey Gouramis 1 Keyhole. 2 Rosy Barbs 3 Leopard Catfish 2 upside down catfish. 1 Ancistrus 9 cardina tetras 1very cute frog
Corals/Plants: 4 Sagittaria Graminea, Elodea Canadensis, and other pretty plants
Tank Size: 22 gallons
Quote: Don't Let shit hit the fan! For the love of god DONT!!
About Yourself: Started on the hobby only a few months ago, but love it!! Will like to start a 2nd fishtank with just plants and a few puffer fish. They are well funny!

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