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Submitted By: Adam Lingard on
Photo Caption: Fluval 125, low light with Java Fern, Java Moss, Anubis nana and Red Indian Fern. Fish include 2 x Ram Cichlids (pair) 5 x Leopard Danios, 5 x Glowlight Danios, 10 x Cardinal Tetra, 1 x Neon Goby, 1 x Blue Cheeked Goby, 1 x Gardeneri Killifish & 1 x Dwarf Zebra Loach.
33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Fluval 125, low light with Java Fern, Java Moss, Anubis nana and Red Indian Fern. Fish include 2 x Ram Cichlids (pair) 5 x Leopard Danios, 5 x Glowlight Danios, 10 x Cardinal Tetra, 1 x Neon Goby, 1 x Blue Cheeked Goby, 1 x Gardeneri Killifish & 1 x Dwarf Zebra Loach.

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Country: Great Britain
Description: Fluval 125 with 2 T8 lighting tubes and Fluval 3 plus internal filter. Tank size 80 x 35 x 45cm
Advice: Research everything you buy, don't buy on impulse and shop around for the healthiest livestock and plants
Corals/Plants: Anubis nana, Java moss, Java Fern, Red Indian Lilly
Tank Size: 33 gallons

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