Photo #1 - My Aquarium! Getting A Better Pic Soon!

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Photo Caption: My Aquarium! Getting a better pic soon!
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My Aquarium! Getting a better pic soon!

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Country: Australia
Description: 2.5 ft aquarium 75 Liters, 2.5 ft Heto light with Hagen Aqua-Glo tube, AquaClear 50 Hang-On PowerFilter 757 l/hr, Visi-Therm 100w Heater, Nutrafin Natural Plant System CO2.
Advice: Don't go stocking up ur tank all at once. It might be really tempting, but you run the risk of ur fish dying! Use real plants if possible, looks heaps better and are great for ur fish too!
Fish Kept: Cherry Barbs, Tiger Barbs, Columbian Tetra, Harliquin Rasboras, Cardinal tetras, and a pleco algae eater
Corals/Plants: Java Ferns, Wendtii Crypts, tiger lotus, Foxtail, Anubias Nana on Drift wood, Small and Medium Amazon Swords, few other small plants.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: la la la.
About Yourself: 20 year old uni student, who doesnt hav alot of money to spend, been keeping fish for around 8 years, noway near an expert at keeping tropical fish, luv it coz its relaxing.

COMMENTS

If all your plants are real, this tank sould be in the planted tank categorie. Nice setup BTW. fish avatar

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