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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 55GL Perfecto aquarium, AquaClear 300gph filter, Standard Fluorescent lighting but use seachem fertilizer and substrate, 1-1/2in of playsand.
Advice: Read a lot online and learn from other's mistakes first.
Fish Kept: Gold and regular tetras, Otocinclus, Dwarf puffer fish, Marble and Ghost Shrimp, neons, serpae tetras, and recently some electric green glo fish.
Corals/Plants: Driftwood, Swords, Anacharis, Moss Ball, Dwarf Hairgrass, Anubia, Red Wendtii, micro swords, red ludwigia, and java moss.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: "Don't be jealous!"
About Yourself: I first started with a 10GL freshwater planted aquarium that was a gift. Bought a 29GL freshwater planted, then recently bought a 55GL freshwater planted and made the 29GL into marine. So far i have done a good job without any CO2, but I want my plants to do better, so I am looking into a pressurized system. Its a lot of money, but worth it from what I have read everywhere. Between this tank and my saltwater they just drain my money, but I'm sure i can fish out about $200 sometime in the next month or so.

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