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Photo Caption: aquabase substrate top up with fine black river stone. 2 x 30W + 2 x 35w floresent arcadia tubes 900/ltr canister filter x 1, Eheim 2213 x 1 2 x Hagen c02 diffuser (with DIY yeast mix) plant: water wisteria, Stargrass, pennywoth, Indian fern, Riccia on driftwood, amazon sword and Rotala. Glosso fish stock: 6 tiger barb, 5 Harequin, 5 Lemon Tetra, 2 flying fox, 5 Odessa Barb
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - aquabase substrate top up with fine black river stone. 2 x 30W + 2 x 35w floresent arcadia tubes 900/ltr canister filter x 1, Eheim 2213 x 1 2 x Hagen c02 diffuser (with DIY yeast mix) plant: water wisteria, Stargrass, pennywoth, Indian fern, Riccia on driftwood, amazon sword and Rotala. Glosso fish stock: 6 tiger barb, 5 Harequin, 5 Lemon Tetra, 2 flying fox, 5 Odessa Barb

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Country: New Zealand
Description: 4ft planted tank
Advice: keep it simple to begin with, improve on it later.
Fish Kept: tropical, odessa bard as my favourite
Corals/Plants: riccia is easy.........
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: Good enough is not good enough
About Yourself: Keep the Jungle Green, Ocean Blue....

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