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Photo Caption: 20 gallon planted with aponogeton bulbs,red ludwigia,hornwort,moneywort and a brazilian sword..some driftwood, a slate cave...and moonlight.7 neons, 1 male and 1 female kribensis.
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 20 gallon planted with aponogeton bulbs,red ludwigia,hornwort,moneywort and a brazilian sword..some driftwood, a slate cave...and moonlight.7 neons, 1 male and 1 female kribensis.

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Country: Canada
Description: a 20 gallon with a HOB and about 1.5w/gal. C/F
Advice: Well i would say the biggest problem i see with people coming into my work would be that they are more worried about their wants than the fish they intend on keepings needs. Always research the fish you want and give them what they need before trying to please your own eye. its easy to have both if you just put a little thought into it, and it will pay off ten fold.
Fish Kept: 1 male and 1 female kribensis (p. pulcher) 6 neon tetras,1 albino cory,1 peppered cory,1 bronze cory,2 flame tetras and 2 baby tinfoil barbs
Corals/Plants: Moneywart, Hornwort, Red Ludwigia, banana plant, aponogeton bulbs,a brazilian sword and a bunch of italian vallisneria.
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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