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75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 75 gallon planted, i am now obsessed with planted tanks, no fertilizer, no co2, lots of fish and life.
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75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 75 gallon planted, i am now obsessed with planted tanks, no fertilizer, no co2, lots of fish and life.

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Little of this, little of that. I have 20 plant species, 17 types of fish, double bulb flourecent lighting, canister and pengiun 400 for filtration
Advice: Go extreme, this is the begining to many more tanks
Fish Kept: 8 Kribs, 10 dwarf puffers, 2 albino sharks, 20 guppies, 4 cories, female betta, ghost shrimp
Corals/Plants: 10 types Echodorus, baby tears, chain swords, onion, broad leave sword, dwarf ecodorus, crpyt, valls, bamboo and more.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: better to do than say
About Yourself: I am me.

COMMENTS

why no co2 or fert? the plants could be healthier. even so, it looks quite graceful. fish avatar

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