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Photo Caption: Red and White gravel, Chinese dragon with bubble stone in mouth, bubble stone volcano, undergravel filtration system, breeding grass, tiki statue for prosperity, Bihndi temple, Umbrella Grass, Sword plants, has bulbs planted under gravel, more pictures to come when they grow!
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Red and White gravel, Chinese dragon with bubble stone in mouth, bubble stone volcano, undergravel filtration system, breeding grass, tiki statue for prosperity, Bihndi temple, Umbrella Grass, Sword plants, has bulbs planted under gravel, more pictures to come when they grow!

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 20 gal, Red and White gravel, Chinese dragon with bubble stone in mouth, bubble stone volcano, undergravel filtration system, breeding grass, tiki statue for prosperity, Bihndi temple, Umbrella Grass, Sword plants, has bulbs planted under gravel, more pictures to come when they grow!
Advice: If you build it, they will swim
Fish Kept: -1 Red Wagtail Platy -1 Gold Wagtail Platy -1 Hypostomus punctatus -2 Albino Frogs (one male, one female) -1 Black Molly -2 Silver Guppies (one male, one female) -3 Dalmatian Molly (two female, one male) -2 Albino Chinese algae eaters
Corals/Plants: Umbrella Grass, Sword plants, Onion bulbs, waterlily bulbs, and one other I cant remember, breeding grass
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: 24 & 25 year old partners living in Denver, Colorado. We have always been interested in aquatic life, both marine and freshwater. We just moved into a new apartment which allows us to have a tank. We hope to have a 55 gallon marine aquarium in the future.

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