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Country: Australia
Description: Dimensions: 48 x 18 x 15 inches. Lighting: Sylvania Gro-Lux T5 54w Giesemann Midday T5 54w. Filtration: JHW-303b (UV light broken, not in use) AquaOne internal filter to increase water flow. CO2: DIY yeast using two 2 litre bottles and silicone airline. Fed into the output of the internal filter for diffusion. Fertilisation: Macro- DIY solution with dry ferts and water, as per the PPS-Pro system. Message me if you want a link to the guide I use. Trace- Seachem Flourish. Substrate: Small amount of laterite and 2-3 inches play sand. I also have a 3.5 gallon bowl, planted, low light.
Advice: Fish are often tougher than people make them out to be
Fish Kept: Current stocking of 4 foot: 2 angelfish 2 german blue rams 5 xray tetras 3 kuhli loaches 1 black kuhli loach 3.5 gallon: 3 guppies. Fry are given to the angelfish
Corals/Plants: Amazon swords, val, java fern, pygmi chain sword, micro sword, anubias nana, various crypts
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Started out in 2007, only ever kept freshwater due to money and time restrictions.

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