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State: Kansas
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon planted. Pea gravel substrate. Lighiting is T-5 HO 54w x 4 10000k Cascade 1000 canister filter and Penguin 600 HOB DIY UGJ system powered by 2x maxijet 600's with sponge pre-filters DIY overflow and 40gallon wet/dry and 10 gallon R/O top off tank. i need to update this picture it is kinda old the rock is no longer in the tank b/c it was lime stone and was causing my ph to be to high and i have added alot more plants.
Advice: .Plan it out before you do it
Fish Kept: 10x harlequin rasbora 6x otto's 7x albino cory cats 10x white cloud mountain minnow 1x flying fox 1x bristle nose pleco about 4 dozen ghost shrimp and 1 random mosquito fish that hitchhiked its way into one of the plant bags when it was just a tiny fry and Malaysian trumpet snails
Corals/Plants: Crinum, japanese rush, melon sword, red melon sword, amazon sword, anubis nana i believe, java moss, java fern, moss balls, and i believe that is is Also have africian root wood and
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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About Yourself: .my finance tells me my hobby has turned into an obsession. Been keeping for about 3 years now

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great looking tank. the plant growth is awesome. fish avatar

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