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Photo Caption: Turning the floor into a carpet. This live carpeting plant is CUBA, an amazing micro small growth carpeting plant, requires a slight pro level involvement but amazing to look at once grown completely. This is my first attempt at a carpeting aquarium.
fish tank picture - Turning the floor into a carpet. This live carpeting plant is CUBA, an amazing micro small growth carpeting plant, requires a slight pro level involvement but amazing to look at once grown completely. This is my first attempt at a carpeting aquarium.

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Country: India
Description: I have a YUMEI brand tank of :- 620 Length X 380 Width X530 Height 2 X 20W White & blue tubelight 84 litres water Volume 1 types of substrate used AZOO brand, with real plants. NEW pictures of my tank are being posted Old pictures are found here
Advice: Do not mistake the map for the destination. I came to lead,does not mean that you have to follow.visit as many fish stores and talk to enthusiastic fish tank owners. Listen to all, follow your heart. The efforts are worth maintaining a fish tank.
Fish Kept: 1 Red eye silver tetras 2 pink clown parrots *LIVE* 2 yellow clown parrots *live* 6 Head & tail Tetras * live* 2 Silver Dollars * live*
Corals/Plants: Plants used inside this tank are :- 1)Compacta (dwarf) ,2)Giant Ambulia , 3)Dwarf Ambulia, 4)Tonina, 5)Chain Amazon 6)Water Cress and 7)Pennyworth. Different types of Live plants in the tank adds a fantastic view. See the pictures. I feel these plants will grow to greenify the entire tank *LOL*
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: when you change the way you look at things, then the things you look at will change. Try it now on.
About Yourself: Amateur fishee enthusiast. Wanna be pro Planted tank owner. Keeping fingers crossed, but then this is only my 3rd day of having a planted tank.

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