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Photo Caption: Sump/refugium 20 gallon. Water enters on right, flows through filter floss, bioballs, two levels of sponges, into refugium, through sponge level and back to return pump. Refugium contains java moss to use up excess nutrients.
33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Sump/refugium 20 gallon. Water enters on right, flows through filter floss, bioballs, two levels of sponges, into refugium, through sponge level and back to return pump. Refugium contains java moss to use up excess nutrients.
33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 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. 2x powerglo 36", substrate heater, gravel/flourite, hagne CO2 diffuserx2, seachem additives.

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State: Montana
Country: United States
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
Quote: D'oh
About Yourself: Fish addict, love gazing forever into my tank while tanlking nonsense that only other fish addicts understand.

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