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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 55gal Discus Tank

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Country: Australia
Description: Glass tank of 55 Gallon (210 litres) 1000mm(W)x500mm(H)x450mm(D) nice manageable size allowing for good amount of fish. T5HO lighting, Eheim cannister filter, tank CO2 with PH controller. 350watt heater.
Advice: Put some thought into aquascaping, use real plants to give natural look. Setup your tank dry first and aquascape first then fill tank and let it cycle for a month first before you add fish. then dont touch it ever again except for regular weekly water changes and try not to disturb it too much.
Fish Kept: 7 x Discus Various 5 x Rummynose Tetras 10 x Cardinal Tetras 3 x Corydoras Catfish 1 x Bristlenose Catfish 4 x Flyingfoxes 2 x Ottos
Corals/Plants: Anubias mounted on Driftwood Various other plants such a Vals, Cryps and Javas
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: If it ain't broke dont fix it.
About Yourself: Got into the hobby because my brother in law has a nice tank with some nice Discus.

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