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Photo Caption: This is my first tank. Sorry for the pic quality. I can't seem to take a decent pic to save my life. LOL
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my first tank. Sorry for the pic quality. I can't seem to take a decent pic to save my life. LOL

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State: Michigan
Country: United States
Description: 29 US Gal, Coralife 65w lamp and a 20w aquarium lamp (came with tank), 2 Nutrafin co2 kits, Aquaclear 70 filter, Whisper Power Filter 40, water temp = 78, PH = 7.0, 16 fish, vermiculite, laterite, and regular aquarium gravel for substrate. 2-co2 DIY canisters run 24 hrs with 2 airstones (1 runs 24 hrs and then two run when lights are out) and a number of snails (they are GR8 at keeping the tank clean of plant debris. they do multiply, but I love 'em.
Advice: take your time, keep your chin up, you'll learn as you go. :)
Fish Kept: 1 Pleco, 1 Otto, 1 Cory, 3 Pristella Tetras, 3 Glowlight Tetras, 2 Zebra Danios and 5 Neon Tetras.
Corals/Plants: Filigree Foxtail, Temple Plant, Narrowleaf Ludwigia, Peruvian Ludwigia, Rotala indica, Pygmy Grass, Glossostigma, Elodea and a few aquarium bulbs bought at the local Wal-Mart( I believe they are Nymphaea pubescens, and Barclaya longifolia).
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: Dear Dorothy, Hate Oz, hate the witch, taking the shoes and going back to Kansas. Signed Toto.

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