Photo #2 - A Pic Of My 110 Gallon Planted Tank.

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State: Alabama
Country: United States
Description: 4'x28''x18'', 110 gallon with 2 Whisper Filters, Fluval bio filtration, gravel/eco substrate, glass lava rock and natural plant life.
Advice: Take your time and make sure that your plants, fish, etc are all compatible. It's a lot easier to use what you have naturally, than it is to try and chemically alter needed conditions.
Fish Kept: Black Ghost Knife (1), African Brown Knife (1), Polyterus Senegalus (1), Emerald Green Cory Cat (4), Pictus Cat (1), African Dwarf Frog (1), Giant Danio (4), Bolivian Ram (1), German Blue Ram (1), Gold Ram (1), Gold Albino Bushy Nose Pleco (1), Gold Mystery Snail (1), Blue Mystery Snail (1), Black Mystery Snail (1).
Corals/Plants: Amazon Sword, Java Fern, Java Moss, Micro Sword, Dwarf Baby Tears, Ozelot Sword and Ludwigia Peruensis
Tank Size: 110 gallons
About Yourself: I got into the fish hobby because my job was unnecessarily stressful and I would worry about it on my days off...Basically, caring for the fish was a distraction. After I got started with a 20 gallon tower I was addicted. I had a bought an 110 gallon upgrade within 4 months. I love it! I have been a hobbyist for a total of 5 months now (currently 6/2010). Google is my #1 resource when researching fish or plants for my tanks.

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