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48 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This 180 liter aquarium is set-up 3rd of February 2006.
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Photo Caption: This 180 liter aquarium is set-up 3rd of February 2006.
48 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This 180 liter aquarium is set-up 3rd of February 2006.

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Country: Sweden
Description: This tank is 180 liter Juwel RIO with standard equipment. Dimension: 101cm x 41cm x 50cm. CO2 Sera tablets added two times a week. 25% water change every week. 2 pieces of Bog-wood. Iron ground fertiliser. Lights on for 12 hour a day + light reflectors- optional.
Fish Kept: 2 Golden Angelfish, 2 Otos, 2 SAE, 11 Cardinal tetras and 5 Amano Shrimps. This stock is final.
Corals/Plants: Plants: Hygro polysperma, Hygro siamensis, Egeria densa, Bacopa australis, Water sprite, Hygro rosanervig, Cardomine lyrata and Alternathera reineckii roseafolia.
Tank Size: 48 gallons
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