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Photo Caption: Check out the awesome effect the two moving neon tetras had on the pic, pretty cool.
corals inverts stocking in 55 gallons tank - Check out the awesome effect the two moving neon tetras had on the pic, pretty cool.

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Country: United States
Description: Brand New 55 Gallon Freshwater Tank. Oak Stand and Canopy. Two Red Mangrove Trees with roots submerged. Four Java Ferns, One mounted on the fake skull, another in the ground, and two on a mangrove root seperately. That is a lone sword you see there in the middle. Other plants include 2 Bannana plants, 2 nubias, some red trugs, and others. For filtration I am using the Magnum 350 which works great. I have two 65W compact fluorescents which I HIGHLY recommend everyone get for many reasons. The substrate in my tank is 1.5" of gravel on top of 2" of Flourite. No CO2 yet, gonna wait to see growth results with substrate and lighting.
Advice: REAL PLANTS!
Fish Kept: 1 Powder Blue Gourami, 1 Dwarf Gourami, 1 Gold Gourami, 1 Paradise Gourami, 1 Fire Gourami, 4 Neon Tetra, and an Electric Blue Crawfish named BESS.
Corals/Plants: Mentioned above.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Life is too short to be unhappy...

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