Photo #1 - 75 Gallon Semi-low Tech Planted Tank

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75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 75 Gallon semi-low tech planted tank
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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: I have 4 aquariums set up a 2 gallon plant nursery 10 gallon quarantine tank 20 gallon fish nursery with plants and a 75 gallon.. The 75 Gallon planted aquarium has alot of driftwood. My lighting is 2 48" Finnex Planted plus lights. I have two filters a overflow filter and canister filter around 2K GPH flirtation. A oversize heater. My substrate is different types of sand. My current plants include an Assortment of Swords, Java Ferns, Java moss ,Wild Ludwiga, Vallisneria and Anubias. The tank currently has community fish Guppies, Mollies, Platys, Neon Tetras, Glo Tetras and Amano Shrimp. In my 20 gallon I have a single 10,000K Fluorescent bulb, Oversize heater and a canister filter rated at 800gph.. The tank has pebble substrate and driftwood plants include an assortment of Swords, Anubias, baby Java plants and Wisteria...
Advice: DO WHAT YOU THINK LOOKS COOL NOT SOMEONE ELSE IT'S YOUR TANK...
Corals/Plants: Assortment of Swords Java Fern Java moss Ludwiga Vallisneria
Tank Size: 75 gallons

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