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Photo Caption: 33 gal. Nature Aquarium
33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 33 gal. Nature Aquarium

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 32" x 14" x 20"H, 4 x T8 18w 6500K (10 hours), Fluval 204, Juwel internal filter, Pressurized CO2, DIY dry ferts (EI), Dennerle Deponit, black quartz substrate
Advice: The internet is a great source of info with plenty of good forums. Be wary of the hear-say factor though. Listen to experience.
Corals/Plants: Microsorium pteropus, Glossostigma elatinoides, Sagittaria platyphylla, Crinum calimistratum, Anubias nana
Tank Size: 33 gallons
Quote: I like the cheese - Borat
About Yourself: Been in the hobby for almost 4 years. Aquascaping is my passion as well as the science. I now write for Practical Fishkeeping magazine and am their high-tech planted tank expert. I also moderate on three planted tank internet forums. Married with two girls and a dog. I currently service Harrier jump jet ejection seats for a living.

COMMENTS

1 of my fave tanks,just what iam guna do when my large fish die off put in small 1 with lots of shrimp fish avatar
WOW !! fish avatar
Very nicely done!! I have a few questions about glosso. Thanks Ken fish avatar
Personally I think this tank is beautiful. Very well done. Good contrast. Very nice plants. fish avatar

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