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Photo Caption: another view of my tank, bubblers off and angel deciding to show himself
28 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - another view of my tank, bubblers off and angel deciding to show himself

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: nice 28 gallon community tank, 2 x20w flourescent bulbs, both with reflectors, standard juwel filtration with added small filter, 2 x4inch air bricks, homemade CO2 system, cheap as anthing and works well.
Advice: be patient, read, and start with easy low maintenence fish like guppys etc. use homemade CO2, make sure you do water changes! lastly, vary your fishes diet, keeps them lookin good and stops their liklihood of developing diseases
Fish Kept: 8x honey red gourami 1x marble angel 3x clown loach 6x peppered corydoras 3x glass catfish 1x golden algea eater
Corals/Plants: not too sure about plant names
Tank Size: 28 gallons
Quote: i strive to be unique with as little bullshit attatched as possible
About Yourself: love to keep fish, also have a small ram tank, and a pair of turtles in a large tank. I got into the hobby when i saw my mates 350 litre dicus tank. inspirational stuff.

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