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Photo Caption: FTS 7-29-09
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - FTS 7-29-09

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: Filtration/Flow: Eheim ECCO 2234, Hydor Koralia Nano Lighting: 2 Coralife 30" T5 fixtures Heating: Hydor ETH 201 Inline Substrate: ADA Amazonia I Co2: Pressurized, Venturi pump for diffusion
Advice: PATIENCE
Fish Kept: 2 Otocinclus 2 Corydoras Punctatus 1 Gold German Ram 1 Rummynose Tetra 5 Cardinal Tetras 1 Whiptail Pleco (Rineloricaria fallax) 10-15 Cherry Shrimp
Corals/Plants: Bacopa caroliniana Eleocharis acicularis (Dwarf Hairgrass) Ludwigia Repens Anubias barteri v. Nana Microsorium pteropus (Java Fern) Alternanthera reineckii 'rosaefolia Echinodorus 'vesuvius' (Echinodorus Angustifolia) Blyxa Japonica
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: Just kinda became a hobby after keeping different species of gecko.

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The red focal points and foreground are attractive, all plants look well grown. fish avatar

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