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65 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Sort of an amazon based theme

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Well it didn't take one try, it took a million tries, and a million fish, plants and arrangements later I was left with this.
Advice: Dive in!
Fish Kept: Planted tank with 5 angels, 15 harlequin rasboras, 8 of several other types of tetras, lots of swords, scarlets, driftwood and rocks, all obtained cheaply from ebay and local rock stores.
Corals/Plants: No Corals, but the plants are cheap on ebay and lots of care can turn into little care with one water change a week. The best way to fight algea is to have lots of plants. If you have gravel use plant tabs, and the most important think when it comes to plants is lights. Lights can be purchased on ebay for $60 for a 48" long tank.
Tank Size: 65 gallons
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I ment to say Add a black background fish avatar
Add a blackbachground and will look alot better. fish avatar

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