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Photo Caption: 2Red Coral Platties 3red tipped tetras 2phantom tetras, 5Lemon Tetras 2clown loach 2african dwarf frog 1black balloon molly 1albinopleco 8Neons 3Rummyroses 3Flayal Guppys 3whiteskirt tetras 1harlequin
27 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 2Red Coral Platties 3red tipped tetras 2phantom tetras, 5Lemon Tetras 2clown loach 2african dwarf frog 1black balloon molly 1albinopleco 8Neons 3Rummyroses 3Flayal Guppys 3whiteskirt tetras 1harlequin

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Ths is a Fluval Roma 125 tank which like evryone elses tank started as a small project and ended up a a great hobby and now has live plant and a good range of community fish
Advice: Things take time to develop you can just fill up a tank and stick fish in it, try to wait as long as possible to let the tank cycle and mature
Fish Kept: 2Red Coral Platties 3red tipped tetras 2phantom tetras, 5Lemon Tetras 2clown loach 2african dwarf frog 1black balloon molly 1albinopleco 8Neons 3Rummyroses 3Flayal Guppys 3whiteskirt tetras 1harlequin
Corals/Plants: Mainly Valis and a couple of ferns wirh a 14 day soaked piece of bog wood
Tank Size: 27 gallons

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