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56 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 56g 3 Weeks

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: Marineland Column Tank, 30x18x24, Marineland Penguin 350 Powerfilter, UV Sterilizer, 300W Heater, Aqueon Circulation Pump, Aqueon Quiet Flow 100G Air Pump, Coralife dual output T5 HO, 1mm Pool Filter Sand, Digital and Floating Thermometer, Live pH and Ammonia Monitors, API Master Test Kit, At least 1 Of every API Chemical In Stock, Mag-Float Glass Cleaner, Aqueon Gravel Siphon, 5 - 5G Buckets,
Advice: Test your water! Do weekly water changes and monthly gravel cleanings.
Corals/Plants: Undulata, Red Arrowhead, Amazon Sword, Marimo Moss Balls, Anubias Nana, Water Wisteria, Red Ludwigia, Moneywort
Tank Size: 56 gallons
Quote: Make your own luck.
About Yourself: I work at Pet Supplies "Plus" and began to keep fish to be able to help customers accurately. I am now addicted to the hobby. I started with a basic 29g and in under a year I have already upgraded to a 56g.

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