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36 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 36 gallon tank plants and drift wood and center decorations piece.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: I have a 36 gallon hexagon tank. 18" across the top and 24" long . I have a 150 Watt pro heater And a 45 gallon filter. It`s on a hexagon wooden stand. Black in color. 2 air stones powered by a whisper 60 air pump.
Advice: You going to make many mistakes and thing will happen. But you will learn from every experience. Trust the Process and don`t become impatient. Keep learning. And never give up
Fish Kept: Gold nugget Pleco L-177, Glofish tetra
Corals/Plants: In this tank I have 2 Amazon melon sword plants and 4 baby Anubis barteri plants I have 2 Java moss balls. 9 Bacopa Caroliniana plants ( planted in the back) 2 Pieces of driftwood #1 piece ( 12" L x 5"-2" w ) #2 piece ( 10" L x 2"-4" w ) uneven pieces.
Tank Size: 36 gallons

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