Photo #3 - My Private Yard In My Room - 34 Cardinal Tetras, ...

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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - my private yard in my room

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: tank dimensions are: 48"X12"X21 not what i call roomy to do stuff, about 4" of gravel bed, 2 ebo jager heaters,1 is 150 watt and a 75 watt as back up, fluval 404, 100 lb eco complete, odyssea fixture modified for 48" lightning rod planted tank fluorecent with only one in sumer and open top, surface skimer, 2 botles of DIY CO2 and glass difuser replaced about every two weeks or less, peat moss aded to the filter media and no carbon. Black background (make your plants look better)
Advice: be very patient
Fish Kept: 34 cardinal tetras, 4 porkchop rasboras, 4 white clouds, 3 siamese algae eaters, 5 ottos, 2 german blue ram, a gasilion cherry shrimps, 4 pigmy corys
Corals/Plants: hair grass, valisneria,java moss on driftwood, ludwigia repens, anubias nana, cabomba, sagitaria , Hemianthus callitrichoides(cuba) on driftwood (work in progress), red barclaya
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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