Photo #2 - Planted 15 Gallon Tall. Tetra 30 Whisper Hob, Tet...

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Photo Caption: Planted 15 gallon tall. Tetra 30 Whisper HOB, Tetra submersible heater 20, and standard hood. Flora includes Argentine Swords, Anubias Nana, Java Fern, Anubias Congensis, Brazilian Pennywort, Water Spangles (slavina Minima) and Java Moss. Fauna includes 10 Black Skirt Tetra, 1 Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, 6 Zebra Danios, 2 Khuli Loaches, and a Panda Cory Catfish.
15 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 10 gallon standard Flora includes Java Fern, Amazon Sword, Red Tiger Lotus, Staurogyne Repens, Green Temple, and an Anubias Frazeri. Fauna includes 2 Dwarf Indian Puffers, 2 Ottos, 1 Emerald Cory Cat, and 2 Kuhli Loaches.
fish tank picture - Planted 15 gallon tall. Tetra 30 Whisper HOB, Tetra submersible heater 20, and standard hood. Flora includes Argentine Swords, Anubias Nana, Java Fern, Anubias Congensis, Brazilian Pennywort, Water Spangles (slavina Minima) and Java Moss. Fauna includes 10 Black Skirt Tetra, 1 Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami, 6 Zebra Danios, 2 Khuli Loaches, and a Panda Cory Catfish.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: I have a planted 15 gallon tall, a planted 10 gallon standard, and a planted 7 gallon hexagonal.
Advice: Water change, water change, water change.
Corals/Plants: Red Tiger Lotus, Pennywort, Java Fern, Amazon Sword, Anubias Frezari, Anubias Congensis, Staurogyne Repens, Green Temple Plant, El Nino Fern
Tank Size: 15 gallons

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