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Photo Caption: Plants: Cryptocorynes,various aponogetons,java fern,dwarf hairgrass,anubias,pygmy chainswords,red ludwigia,marble queen sword,onion plants Fish: 45 green neons 30 neon tetras 4 red serpae tetra 1 rubberlip 5 otocinclus algae eater 1 golden algae eater 2 red cherry shrimp 6 purple tetras 1 pencilfish 1 SAE 1 bolivian ram 1 kribensis 3 yoyo loach
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Plants: Cryptocorynes,various aponogetons,java fern,dwarf hairgrass,anubias,pygmy chainswords,red ludwigia,marble queen sword,onion plants Fish: 45 green neons 30 neon tetras 4 red serpae tetra 1 rubberlip 5 otocinclus algae eater 1 golden algae eater 2 red cherry shrimp 6 purple tetras 1 pencilfish 1 SAE 1 bolivian ram 1 kribensis 3 yoyo loach

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: T5 LIGHTING FLOURITE SUBSTRATE AQUA CLEAR FILTER
Advice: LOOK AT THE TYPE OF SET UP YOU WANT,THEN PLAN ACCORDINGLY.
Fish Kept: 29 RED SERPAE TETRAS 1 FLYING FOX 1 GOURAMI 3 YO YO LOACHES 1 RED TAILED SHARK 1 ALGAE EATER 2 RUBBERLIPS 4 TANGANYIKA SHELL DWELLERS
Corals/Plants: ANUBIAS 3 VARIOUS TYPES OF CRYPTS BANANA PLANT APONOGETAN BULBS ONION PLANTS JELLY PELIA
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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