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22 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Just rearranged two days ago, think things are in a good place for growth. Was thinking about c02 but want to try without it.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 22 gal. tall Oceanic. Current Dual Sattelite 40wx2. Ehiem ecco 2232, 50w Thermo wave heater. Flourite.
Advice: Frequent water changes. Reputable aquaria shops.
Fish Kept: Sm. Pleco, Kribensis, Spotted Leaf Fish, & Panda Barb, more to come
Corals/Plants: Java fern, Val. jungle, Rotala magenta, several Swords.
Tank Size: 22 gallons
Quote: awsome
About Yourself: My father-in-law got me interested. Started with a 5 gal Eclipse. Now I have a 46gal bowfront, 22gal, & a 10gal. My next one will be 100gal.+

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