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35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Still a beginner but the tank currently contains amazon swords, java fern, and some water sprites. Also the water level isn't usually that low but it just happened to be when I took this photo.
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Photo Caption: Still a beginner but the tank currently contains amazon swords, java fern, and some water sprites. Also the water level isn't usually that low but it just happened to be when I took this photo.
35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Still a beginner but the tank currently contains amazon swords, java fern, and some water sprites. Also the water level isn't usually that low but it just happened to be when I took this photo.

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 35 gallon tank with live plants
Advice: I'm still new myself
Fish Kept: Rainbow Shark, Rosy Barb, Ghost Glass Cat, Chinese Algae Eater, Rubbernose/Bulldog Pleco (L187b), Red Minor Serpae Tetra
Corals/Plants: amazon swords, water sprites, java fern,
Tank Size: 35 gallons
About Yourself: Just recently getting into both aquariums and planted tanks.

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