Photo #2 - 5 Gallon Tank With Glofish Danios And Mollies. ...

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Photo Caption: 5 gallon tank with glofish danios and mollies. also planted with sessifloras :) my lighting is a 10000k cfl bulb
5 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 5 gallon tank with glofish danios and mollies. also planted with sessifloras :) my lighting is a 10000k cfl bulb
5 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 5 gallon tank with glofish danios and mollies. also planted with sessifloras :) my lighting is a 10000k cfl bulb

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Country: Phillippines
Description: 3 month old little planted tank with a molly, platy and 3 zebra danios. Making my own 30 gallon this month, just busy at the moment.
Advice: ALWAYS TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE NITROGEN CYCLE! Its too bad when your fish dies :(
Fish Kept: Auratus, Blue Kenyi, Albino Socolofi = all given away Lyretail Molly, Sunset Platy, Marble Molly Zebra Danios. All happily living at my 5 gallon :)
Corals/Plants: Sessiflora
Tank Size: 5 gallons
Quote: To live is to cherish
About Yourself: Loved fishes since I was 6, never kept them out of my mind till now :)

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