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Country: Peru
Description: Tank: 80*40*50 Lights : 4 tubes GE Cool White Type: Low Tech Aquarium Filter: Sera 700
Advice: Patience, dedication and work
Fish Kept: Astronotus Oscellatus - "Red Oscar" Microglanys - "Pez Gato Marmoleado"
Corals/Plants: Hygrophyla, Sagitaria, Espada Amazonica, cryptocorinas, Ludwigia
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: Wonderful
About Yourself: Well, I am a teacher in a school. I live in Lima - Peru. I love Planted Aquariums. i think, this is a beautiful art. my daugther enjoys everything about fish, plants, etc. I have 15 years with this hobbie... and i was working with LowTech aquariums by Dr. Diana Walstad. My planted aquarium has two months... for the next months i am expecting for a wonderful tank. thanks.

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when your oscar is larger it might want more space and they arent so good with live plants, they tend to eat them fish avatar

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