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Photo Caption: This is the latest picture of my tank. It has just undergone a pruning and the removal of a sword that was getting a little to large.
57 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is the latest picture of my tank. It has just undergone a pruning and the removal of a sword that was getting a little to large.
57 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Tank photo taken 16 Nov 2006. My apologies for the over exposure - will try and get a better one later. Constructive critiscm is welcome.

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Country: Australia
Description: Aquaone AR980 215L/57USGal tankwith wet/dry filter in hood and fluval 4+ internal filter. Fluval 300W heater. Other than the extra filter, tank is as you would find it retail. The plants are only fed liquid fertiliser once a month. There is no special substrate or CO2 injection. (Sorry about the crappy photo - still trying to work outt he best way to take a pic).
Advice: Research is your friend - and your fishes friend.
Fish Kept: 6 x McCulloch Rainbow, 18 x Cardinal Tetra, 1 x Bristlenose (Ugly Bobette), 13 x Harlequin Rasbora, 3 x Otos, 2 x Bolivian Butterfly (Rams), 3 Siamese Algae Eaters, 3 x Male Guppies
Corals/Plants: 5 amazon swords 12+ crypts - these are currently multiplying 4-5 clumps of val 3 Anubias - 1 on a rock, one of a piece of wood and on in the gravel - all growing well Java moss - growing over the largest piece of wood i the tank.
Tank Size: 57 gallons
Quote: Doh.
About Yourself: I've been running this tank for over 12 months now.

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