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Country: Australia
Description: It is a Juwel Vision 450. It is 5ft long, 2ft high and at its widest point, 2ft wide. It contains iron rich aussie substrate and laterite under the gravel. There is 2 High-Lite T5s on the tank with a built in Juwel internal filter and an extra external filter with a UV globe to kill any floating algae. It contains manzanita and gold vine wood and yingshi rocks. I dose seachem products including flourish excel, potassium, nitrogen, phosphorus and trace elements.
Advice: RESEARCH!!! When I worked at an aquarium, we constantly got costumers that came in and asked why they can't mix this fish and that fish, any why they couldn't put a nemo in a fish bowl. Please do your research BEFORE you buy.
Fish Kept: 12 x Columbian tetras, 6 x Sterbai corydoras, 2 x Royal whiptails, 2 x bristlenoses, 2 x German Blue Rams, 2 x Bolivian Rams and 1 gold spot gibbi more fish to come :)
Corals/Plants: Thin Valls, Java Ferns, Gold Pennywort, Anubias Barteri, Amazon swords, Ozelot swords, Cryptocoryne; wendtii, lutea, wendtii var. 'Tropica', Aponogeton Crispus
Tank Size: 110 gallons
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About Yourself: I am a Conservation and Land Management graduate. I'm ready to get back in the game after taking a break from fish keeping for 2 years.

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