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Photo Caption: I upgraded my 20L to a 29gal with black rock. Sorry about the white line in the photo its the door in background.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - I upgraded my 20L to a 29gal with black rock. Sorry about the white line in the photo its the door in background.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - If you do not give this tank a high rating please tell me why and what you think it needs.. Thanks.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: My redone 20L. Has assorted fake plants driftwood and alot of rocks. Silica sand substrate. Cascade 700 canister filter I believe in over filtration to keep water crystal clear.
Advice: Just keep trying it will all work out
Fish Kept: 1 small common goldfish 6 neon tetras 5 white tip tetras 2 chinese algae eaters 2 ghost shrimp
Corals/Plants: Fake Plants, silica sand, alot of rocks and driftwood
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Bubble stones suck!!!!! (Use a spray bar better for your fish) :)
About Yourself: I have been keeping fish and turtles for many years, I have two turtles who live in 75 gallon tank everything is custom, I even designed and built the filter for it, do not have to do water changes for at least 6 months and only do so to clean algae, other than that the water is crystal clear at all times, and I have two (one very large) very happy turtles.

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what kind of fake plants are they? fish avatar

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