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Photo Caption: this is the first tank i've ever had. I've really become addicted to this fish thing. The one big mistake I make at the start is not having a good substrate for a planted tank. I'm slowly adding some now.
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - this is the first tank i've ever had. I've really become addicted to this fish thing. The one big mistake I make at the start is not having a good substrate for a planted tank. I'm slowly adding some now.

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Country: Ireland
Description: Plecs,angelfish, loaches, gourami, platys, Corner bow fronted tank, Co2 diy system, eheim 2220,
Advice: make your own mistakes
Fish Kept: Big and small
Corals/Plants: whatever I thought might look nice, and whatever actually grew when introduced. floating amazon frog plants give a really naturql rugged look to the tank
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: Dad, why has that big fish got the small one in his mouth!
About Yourself: Kids came along so going out on the tiles became less and less possible, needed a hobby to keep busy at home so here i am1

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