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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 80 gallon - TruVu Bowfront - 48 X 15 X 24. Named it "The Amazonian Ruins". - Substrate used - Power Sand, Aqua Soil Amazonia, Aqua Soil Amazonia - Powder - Overflow with wet/dry filter - Pressurized CO2 controlled by solenoid - Coralife Aqualight works on timer - Timer 1 runs solenoid, daylight & Co2 diffuser from 10 am to 8 pm - Timer 2 runs attnic from 7-8:30 am and 7:30-9pm for dawn/dusk effect - Timer 3 runs night light (led) & air pump from 9pm to 7am - Standard heater set at 80F Did fish less cycling (took 2.5 weeks). Currently tank is running over 2 months now but the aquascape was changed many times and the latest setup is 2 weeks old - Miantenance - Monthly - clean overflow, sump - Weekly > Clean the glass, vacuum substrate, do 20% water change. Add water conditioner, medicine & bacteria supplement - Bi weekly > check water parameters & add liquid fertilizer - Daily > Feed fish & add iron trace
Advice: Patience, patience & patience.
Fish Kept: 1 danio 1 pleco (the small ones which gros upto 2-3") 2 mountain minnows 3 discus 3 Ottos 3 SAE 7 Platy (4 were born in my old tank) 12 cardinal tetras
Corals/Plants: Stellata, Rotala Indica, Rotala Macandra, Gaint Val, Cabomba, Star rotala, blyxa japonica, hairgrass, four leaf clover, Sagittaria, java & christmass moss, Ammania gracillis, riccia fluitans and some more plants (not sure of the names...got from friends)
Tank Size: 80 gallons
About Yourself: Relatively new in this hobby and inspired (like many of us) by Takashi Amano. Started my hobby in October 07 with a 2 gallon betta bowl. Here I am trying to setup my first aquascape. I named it "The Amazonian Ruins".

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