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Description: 33 gallon freshwater planted tank, outfitted with overflow box leading to a sump/refugium on reverse photosynthetic cycle. Driftwood, anubius, cryps, otto cats, neons, flower shrimp, freshwater clams and more.
Advice: Keep your feedings light, export those excess nutrients. ie: water changes, plants, bacteria cycling etc.
Fish Kept: Neon tetra, common pleco, flower shrimp, pristilla tetra, cherry/ghost shrimp, otto cat, yo-yo loach, dojo loach, zebra snails, freshwater clams, chineese algae eater, flying fox.
Corals/Plants: Anubius nana/ bateri, cryptocoryne spp, jungle/italian val, java fernx2, crinum spp, echinodorius spp.
Tank Size: 33 gallons
About Yourself: Fish addict, love gazing forever into my tank while tanlking nonsense that only other fish addicts understand.
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