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19 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 24" x 12" x 16"/60 x 30 x 40 cm 72 l./16 gal./19 US gal Eheim ecco 2234 Tank Juwel Record 70 Lighting Juwel High-Lite 2x24
Advice: n/a
Fish Kept: 5x Tiger Barbs 2x Red Tail Sharks 1x Betta 2x Yellow Guppies I know I know that it's not best combination of fish but hey it's my first tank ever! :) They fight time to time but they seem to get along just fine.
Corals/Plants: Java Fern Chladophora aegagropila Hemianthus callitrichoides Hygrophila difformis And one that I don't know the name
Tank Size: 19 gallons
About Yourself: This tank has been running for six months now and this lay out is the first that I happy with. It all started from under gravel filter, white marble gravel and plastic plants to beautiful live plants, CO2 and under gravel substrate. My girlfriend loves the tank but hates the amount of time and money I spend on it but I love it!

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You're plants look amazing. fish avatar

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