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14 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - guess what? ... its a fishtank :)

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Country: Australia
Description: 2 foot by 1 by 1, fresh water planted with drift wood. an attempt to repuduce a very natural looking scene. course gravel substrate with no real use of fertilisers just hardy plants & fish. 8 Neon Tetras 1 Catfish, more to come prob plattys. 18 watt cheap chinese light Dalbarb hood, no heater yet its about to go into its first winter so I will get one soon.
Advice: Keep it simple, plan ahead and get as much info as possible, but heh I am a beginer myself
Fish Kept: 8 extra large Neon Tetras 1 Catfish (dont know much about "duke" has lovely leopard like spots & a very upright dorsal)
Corals/Plants: I dont know the name of the plant, it has spread like crazy and is sending shoots from the branches plus some duck weed
Tank Size: 14 gallons
Quote: "Nature will always win, unless its trying to live in my fish tank" me

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