Photo #1 - 29 G. Freshwater Planted Tank. 3 Months Old.

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29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 29 G. Freshwater Planted Tank. 3 Months Old.
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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 29 gallon tank, 30 in. x 12 in. x 18 in. Coralife Dual T5HO 6,700 K Lights, Aquaclear 50 Power Filter, Aquaclear 30 Powerhead, Jagar 100W Heater, LED Moonlights, DIY CO2 injection with ceramic diffuser, Log Ornament, Stone Cave, and multiple live plants, sand substrate with laterite and rock base.
Advice: Research Everything
Fish Kept: Rainbow Shark, Dwarf Gourami, Red Wag Swordtail, Three Diamond Tetras, Two African Dwarf Frogs, Cherry Shrimp, Amano Shrimp, Assassin Snails, Malaysian Snails, Mystery Snail
Corals/Plants: Uruguay Sword, Anubias nana, Banana Plant, Water Hyssop, Narrow Leak Chain Sword, Dwarf Hair Grass, Java Fern, Water Primose, Italian Val, Onion Plant, Blyxa aubertii, Spiralis
Tank Size: 29 gallons

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What an attractively planted tank. It is pleasant to look at. fish avatar

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