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Photo Caption: This is a very natural looking tank with wood, rocks and all live plants. This tank houses 15 fish. There are many crevices and fun places for the fish to swin and hide out. The tank light simulates dawn, day, twilight, and moon light.
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is a very natural looking tank with wood, rocks and all live plants. This tank houses 15 fish. There are many crevices and fun places for the fish to swin and hide out. The tank light simulates dawn, day, twilight, and moon light.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: 50 gal Oceanic. Lighting is a Duel Satellite system. The filter is a Marineland Canister 220. I have a Co2 tank hooked up to a Co2 regulator. My heater is submerged in the water and I am not sure of the brand.
Advice: Take your time and plan, plan, plan. Do not add fish too quickly and make frequent water changes. Enjoy your living, breathing art work you have spent many hours perfecting. It is worth all of the hard work.
Fish Kept: 4 Lemon Tetras, 2 Cherry Barbs, 4 Rosie Barbs, 1 Yellow Neon Danio, 1 Orange Neon Danio, 2 Long Fin Danios, 1 Cory Cat
Corals/Plants: Wisteria, Balopa, Red Balopa, Tiny Cryptallis, River rocks, Drift wood
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: None
About Yourself: I have had a fish tank going for about 12 years. My current tank is a live plant tank and I have had it up and running for 2 1/2 years. Most of the fish in the tank have been there since the start of it.

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