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Submitted By: Matt Luman on
Photo Caption: My 55g Fish Tank
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 55g Fish Tank

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The Average Score for this picture is: 6.35
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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 3+ wpg Compact Fluorescent lighting, Pressurized Co2 w/diffuser, UV sterilizer, Canister filter, general dosing plus nitrates.
Corals/Plants: Hygrophilia Difformas, Rotala Rotundifolia, Echinodorus Tennelus, Nymphae Rubra, Crypt Wendtii.....
Tank Size: 55 gallons

COMMENTS

Now this is a real 10, what a beauty! It is so lush, and a great plus when you can actually see the fish. I wish I knew what kind you had in there. Maybe you could add them to your description someday. fish avatar
Looks like happy fish in a bucolic setting. We need video on this site for tanks of this quality. Lack of movement is such an injustice to the little bit of paradise you have provided your 'friends'. Excellent !! fish avatar
Fantastic tank!!..One of the best in this site..Beautiful plants, the fish look nice also, but the plant setting is marvelous...Perfect picture.. fish avatar
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Matt916, your tank is just fantastic, I am so jealous, you are my hero, keep it up, great work my man! fish avatar

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