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14 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - About 8 months in now. Finally found a nice piece of drift wood.
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14 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - About 8 months in now. Finally found a nice piece of drift wood.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: This is my first tank which is a Interpet fish X box. This is a 62 liter tank, which is around 14 gallons. The Tank has both a blue and white florescent lights for day and night moods. I have a Interpet power filter and a Interpet 150w heater. I did buy all this as a starter kit!
Advice: Take your time. I only introduced fish into the tank after having the tank up and running for a month, even then I only put in 2 mollys and 2 platys. I also used half a tank of water from a friends tank, this can speed up the cycling process because of the bacteria already in the water.
Fish Kept: So far 3xMolly's 2x Platys 4x Cardinal Tetras and 1 Red Tailed Shark 1x clown loach 2 rams
Corals/Plants: Not sure on the names
Tank Size: 14 gallons

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