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Photo Caption: 10mo up and running. Had a horrible time with my fish dying then an algae problem. basically gave up and shut everything down to realize that it does much better without me doing anything. So here it is after about 2 months of me not messing with it.
110 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 10mo up and running. Had a horrible time with my fish dying then an algae problem. basically gave up and shut everything down to realize that it does much better without me doing anything. So here it is after about 2 months of me not messing with it.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: 110g high, 260w, Seachem Fluorite black substrate. Obsidian stones and a huge chunk of driftwood
Advice: join forums and ask questions.
Fish Kept: what evers left over from when i had a lot.
Corals/Plants: chain sword, Anubis, wendii, vals, micro-sword grass, XXL amazon mother sword, amazon sword, Hydrophila(broad leaf), frogbit
Tank Size: 110 gallons
Quote: Si Vis Pacem Para Belum
About Yourself: I go to the University of Illinois with a major in Natural Resources and Environmental sciences. My second tank. Hopefully it'll last me a while. Love the planting part.

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BEST TANK IVE SEEN ON HERE IN AGES NICE WORK. fish avatar

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