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Submitted By: Monica Brown on
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17 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Over ran by Beauty!

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State: Washington
Country: United States
Description: Tank Type: ADA 60P (23.6" x 10.2" x 10.6")Lighting:ADA AQUASKY G 601Filtration: ADA Super Jet Filter ES-300(Lily Pipe)ADA Vuppa IICo2 Equipment:ADA Co2 Pollen DiffuserADA Bubble Counter ADA Cabochon Ruby check valveSubstrate:ADA Amazonia SubstrateADA Power Sand Special-S
Advice: Stay patient
Fish Kept: Hillstream Loach
Corals/Plants: Large Java Fern,Bucephalandra Sintang,Mini Pellia,Bacopa Caroliniana,Rotala Bonsai &Rotala Macrandra
Tank Size: 17 gallons
Quote: If at first you don't succeed try try again. -William Edward Hickson
About Yourself: My name is Monica I am the owner of a online shop called natural craft wands I've been keeping fish for The Last 5 Years and I've gotten into Hi-Tech aquariums this last year I blame my friend Andrew for that one LOL one day I went to my local fish store wanting a basic fish tank to add to my collection and I spoke to an employee which has now became my friend and he is the one who got me addicted to the planted Aquarium. Lol

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