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Photo Caption: Here's a shot of my first planted tank after 2 weeks of CO2 and Coralife 130 watt. Sorry for the pic resolution it was taken with my camera phone.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Here's a shot of my first planted tank after 2 weeks of CO2 and Coralife 130 watt. Sorry for the pic resolution it was taken with my camera phone.

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State: New Jersey
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon- Fluval 305 Canister Filter- Compressed CO2 Injection system 3BPS- Dosing Micro and Macro Ferts- Coralife 130 Watt 48" 6700K- 300 GPH Powerhead- Black Substrate- O2genator for CO2 dissipation on night cycle-
Advice: Patience, Patience and Patience
Fish Kept: Pacu, Oscars, Red Devil, Frontosa, JDempseys, Cardinal Tetras, the list goes on and on, most recently Piranhas have been my infatuation.
Corals/Plants: Plants, all different types, many types of swords, mosses, ludwigia, etc. etc..
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: I've been an aquarium hobbyist since the age of 5, can't seem to get away from it.

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