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Photo Caption: 3 weeks old. I have put another small rock in on the right, between the 2 arches.
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 3 weeks old. I have put another small rock in on the right, between the 2 arches.

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Country: Australia
Description: 3 foot by 18 inch by 18 inch aquarium with 60W of Heato lighting on for 12 hours a day. Ehiem Classic 2215 filter.
Advice: Do research! And have an idea of what you want your tank to look like.
Fish Kept: At the moment: 6 Rosy Barbs 6 Odessa Barbs 4 Bronze Cories Will add: 1 Red Tailed Black Shark 1 Blue Gourami 1 Gold Gourami 1 Pearl Gourami
Corals/Plants: There is some sort of Anubius attached to the wood, there are some swords and i think i have a small wisteria up the back.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
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About Yourself: I just decided one day i wanted to start keeping fish! I spent heaps of times on tropical fish forums and then i set up the tank. The picture is of the tank 4 weeks old.

COMMENTS

Just wanted to give you a pointer. 12hrs of light a day is probably too much. It will promote algea growth. That piece of wood looks great! fish avatar
you've got a great look to your tank. fish avatar

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