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14 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - New setup
14 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - sorry for bad quality I'll take a better picture next time!

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Country: Hungary
Description: 60*30*30cm 54 liter I think that's about 14 gallons fluorescent lighting 15w 12h 500 L / H hang on filter, 75w thermostat heater only natural ornaments; wood, real plants, real stones, real gravel, DIY stone background, DIY CO2 , airstone (only at night)
Advice: Patience. never rush it! Wash your gravel well! Try to keep your fish as happy as they would be in their natural environment!
Fish Kept: 6 Black Ruby Barbs 3 Bristlenose Plecos 2 Red Fire Gouramis 4 Guppies 1 Shrimp I know it's too many! 1 Male Betta R.I.P. I have no idea why he died.
Corals/Plants: Java moss, Vallisneria, Anubias nana etc.
Tank Size: 14 gallons
Quote: Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former.
About Yourself: Addicted to fishtanks

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