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Submitted By: Michael Grosbeck on
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30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 30 Gallon Planted Tank.

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Country: Canada
Description: 30 gallon Planted Equipement ------------------ Empty Whisper 30 HOB filter for water movement Marineland Dual temp heater 2 Hagen DIY Co2 Systems. 1 Bag of Eco Complete substrate
Advice: Stick to regular water changes and join an Aquarium Club !
Fish Kept: Fish - --------------- Pair of Aphyosemion celiae celiae Breeding Colony of Endlers Livebearers 2 Yo Yo Loach 3 Corydoras Sterbai; 3 Siamese Algea Eaters
Corals/Plants: Plants ------------- Sunset Hygro; Pennywort; Java Fern; Lace Java Fern; Java Moss; Glosso; water sprite; Najas Grass
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: I live in Petawawa Ontario. I am an active member of my aquarium society and avid livebearer / killifish breeder

COMMENTS

nice tank ive got loads of endlers cross guppies and my local fish store wouldnt buy em off me tried to give em away but no said its not wot people are after lol nnice tank tho fish avatar
What temp do you have this tank fish avatar

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