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Country: Australia
Description: Sun Sun 120x47x50 cm rounded glass tank 3 x 30w flourescant t8 2 x 55w compact flourescant Filtration: 1 jebao canister (1200 lph) 1 fluval 405 (900 lph) Used JBL Aquabasis in the substrate, fermented C02 injected with a large powerhead, Aquasonic liquid fertilisers, KNO3, KHC03, flourish excel and a touch of (NH4)2SO4 to tweak it
Advice: patience
Fish Kept: 8 Phenacogrammus interruptus,5 Crossocheilus siamensis, 7 Kryptopterus bicirrhis, plecos: L066 L333, L002, 2 Platydoras Costatus, 36 Paracheirodon innesi, 3 Botia lohachata, 4 Gastromyzon borneensis, 6 Macrognathus siamensis
Corals/Plants: Echinodorus amazonicus Echinodorus tenellus,Hygrophila corymbosa , Hygrophila corymbosa giant var, Hygrophila corymbosa compact var, hygrophilia salicifolia, Hygrophila polysperma (sunset), Valisneria Gigantia, Java Moss, Plagiomnium affine, Cryptocoryne undulatus, Cryptocoryne becketii, Cryptocoryne wendtii Mi Oya- Red, Cryptocoryne Balanse, Cryptocoryne affinis, Cryptocorne Blassi, Microsorium pteropus, Scarlet Ludwigia, Anubius barteri, Anubias Barteri nana, Anubius afzeli
Tank Size: 70 gallons

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beautiful natural looking tank love to have one this nice one day. fish avatar
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