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29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 100 gal, 165 watts t-5 HO light (2) 10,000k, (1) 7,500K, Filter: Magnum 350 canaster filter, hand stacked rock wall Fish: 2SAE, 10 lepord danios, 3 dwarf puffers, 5 kuli loaches, 5 ottos Plants: 2 amazon swords, chain swords, dwarf sag, eldoa, red ludwiga
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Photo Caption: 100 gal, 165 watts t-5 HO light (2) 10,000k, (1) 7,500K, Filter: Magnum 350 canaster filter, hand stacked rock wall Fish: 2SAE, 10 lepord danios, 3 dwarf puffers, 5 kuli loaches, 5 ottos Plants: 2 amazon swords, chain swords, dwarf sag, eldoa, red ludwiga
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 100 gal, 165 watts t-5 HO light (2) 10,000k, (1) 7,500K, Filter: Magnum 350 canaster filter, hand stacked rock wall Fish: 2SAE, 10 lepord danios, 3 dwarf puffers, 5 kuli loaches, 5 ottos Plants: 2 amazon swords, chain swords, dwarf sag, eldoa, red ludwiga

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: Please comment.
Advice: Buy as big as you can.
Fish Kept: 8 X-ray Tetras 2 Ottos 1 Beta 1 Pleco 1 Zebra Loach
Corals/Plants: Eldoa, babey tears, round leaf red ludwiga, java fern
Tank Size: 29 gallons
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