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36 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Colourfull water garden

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Country: Poland
Description: 100/35/40 (cm), 2X39W T5 (Sylvania: Grolux (back), Aquastar (front)), Eheim Ecco, CO2
Advice: Do not exagerate with water tests, just let it grow!
Fish Kept: 19 Brabus tetrazona, 10 Otocinclus affinis, 2 crossocheilus siamensis, 3 verious pleco
Corals/Plants: Rotala sp., Cryptocorune sp., Microsorium, Alternanthera reineckii, Ludwigia repens, Hygrophiila polysperma, Hygrophiila difformis, Vesicularia dubyana, Sagittaria subulata, Valissneria spiralis, Heterantera zoesterifolia, Eleocharis
Tank Size: 36 gallons
Quote: none
About Yourself: I set up this tank in January 2006. This is my first real tank. I used to have a tiny one when I was a child.

COMMENTS

The plants are in such a good shape they look like photoshopped ;) fish avatar
Wow - fantastic tank. fish avatar
Nice color and depth. Different shapes of leaves and hieght. Nice contrast with light and dark. Wonderful setup. Very nice. fish avatar

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