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Photo Caption: 20 gallon low tech with ecocomplete substrate, 3 bolivian rams and one German blue; 7 Danis, One pleco
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 20 gallon low tech with ecocomplete substrate, 3 bolivian rams and one German blue; 7 Danis, One pleco

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 20 gallon driftwood and planted low tech. No Co2. Satellite Freshwater LED, Marineland Penguin 150 Hang on ( will be replaced with Eheim), Ecocomplete substrate
Advice: Research, Research, Research...Respect our Universe and Mother Nature
Corals/Plants: Wendi, Anubias, Anubias nano petite, java moss, duckweed, water lettuces in dwarf and regular
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: That which does not kill us makes us strongerFriedrich Nietzsche
About Yourself: Loving the Empty nest...with a renewed interest in the hobby..specifically The Planted Kingdom.

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