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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 91x30x38cm community tank, T8 flourescent lighting, Nutrafin CO2 unit, 3 airlines (night only to offset CO2), Fluval 3+ filter, Tetra planted substrate underneath gravel layer, which also contains crushed oyster shell for added alkilinity, temp 27C. Use API root tabs under the swords and Leaf Zone weekly.
Advice: Read, read, read. Then read some more.
Fish Kept: Guppies (25+), platys (4), Siamese fighters (1m, 1f), cherry red shrimp, 2 bristlenose pleco, 1 bristlenose cat, 5 neons, 10 black bar endlers, 1 cavefish, 2 pineapple swordtails, 5 gold mountain minnows, 5 glass fish; separate tank has 1 angel (small), 1 balloon mollie and 1 full grown rainbow shark.
Corals/Plants: swords, tiger lillies, cabomba, hornwort, moss balls, water wisteria+ more; about 10 different species in there.
Tank Size: 26 gallons
Quote: Never forget the poly layer under the tank; take it from one who knows... :o
About Yourself: Fell into fishkeeping when my daughter came home with a small Rena tank containing an unwanted red tail shark (aka rainbow shark). He's still in there, not risking him in the community! This is my first 'proper' tank.

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