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5 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My tank

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Fluval spec v Light marineland led grow light with integrated timer. Whisper air pump hidden in sump. heater hidden in sump.
Advice: Test water often on small tanks.
Fish Kept: Zebra Danio, Neon Tetra
Corals/Plants: Amazon sword, sword grass, anubius, java fern.
Tank Size: 5 gallons
Quote: Where there's a will there's a way.
About Yourself: Hi, I'm Kevin. I'm new to the whole planted tank thing so I'm learning day by day. I have a fluval spec v. It has been up and running since Nov 2014. I still have my same lot of fish exept for one danio he jumped out during the night :/ and I just recently lost my oto cat I had him for two months he was great until one day he just wasn't, no signs of sickness or malnutrition. Water was perfect by my api master test kit. The ph is high in the tap water here in Florida, around 8.2 :/ other than that I'm always open to advice I do my best to stay natural.

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