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Photo Caption: My 55 Gallon planted aquarium. 17 species of plants and over 30 plants. No plants are fake. Also has custom 3D background.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 55 Gallon planted aquarium. 17 species of plants and over 30 plants. No plants are fake. Also has custom 3D background.

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Country: Canada
Description: 55 Gallon tank with oak stand and canopy. 4x54 Watt T5HO with 8 Lunar LEDs = 3.93 WPG. Injected co2, 20lb cylinder, Valve with solenoid, bubble counter and drop checker. Aqua Medic 1000 co2 Reactor. Fluval 204 with Pre filter in one basket. Fluval bio max in other baskets . Fluval FX5 On medium flow, Filled with pre filter in first basket. Fluval bio max in other two baskets (acts as very large bio housing for a lot of beneficial bacteria). Two 200 watt heaters. 15 Cichlid Stones Caves (I would definitely suggest these, look them up. costly put worth it. 15 pack was $100) 100lbs Natural colored stone. Dosser for each Fertilizers. All dossed individually. Phosphate at a separate time of day.
Advice: Just ask
Fish Kept: Community fish, Mostly Swordtails
Corals/Plants: 17 species of plants and over 30 plants. Most are high watt required plants. A lot of lilies some have flowered.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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