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125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - it is a planted tank with anubias nana, echindorus, Bocopa, Anubias minima. just two neons t5 and two t8 for a total of 150 W , the plants are growing very wel .
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Photo Caption: it is a planted tank with anubias nana, echindorus, Bocopa, Anubias minima. just two neons t5 and two t8 for a total of 150 W , the plants are growing very wel .
125 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - it is a planted tank with anubias nana, echindorus, Bocopa, Anubias minima. just two neons t5 and two t8 for a total of 150 W , the plants are growing very wel .

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Country: Belgium
Description: 15 exodon paradoxus , 150 x50 x60 . filtration : 2 x 1500 l/h
Advice: have patience
Fish Kept: exodon paradoxus ( bucktooth tetra )
Corals/Plants: anubias nana, echindorus, Bocopa, Anubias minima
Tank Size: 125 gallons
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About Yourself: I have maintained for 20 years red belly piranhas, now I switched to exodon paradoxus, also carnivorous fishes living in the Amazon.

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