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Photo Caption: 1st planted working on it
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 1st planted working on it

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State: Rhode Island
Country: United States
Description: i have 55g long tank with a 40w sunglo for light, an aqueon quiet flow55 for my filtration and a 10g filter i got at wal-mart...an amonia reader attatched to the side of my tank and a thermometer
Advice: Research, Research and Research
Fish Kept: 2 black striped neon tetra(was 4), Black skirt tetra and a reg Black tetra, 2 clown placos, albino brittle nose pleco, spotted pleco, 2 khuli loaches and trumpet snails
Corals/Plants: 1 brazillian sword,7 amazon swords,java fern with 7 off springs, 1 borneo fern, 3 umbrella ferns{not sure}and the the other species im unsure, 1 anubias barteri 2 marino moss balls, java moss, 2 blocks of drift wood, gravel and 25 lbs of aquarium sand substrate
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: ive gotten into planted tanks a few years back but with many failed attempts that were costly i just stuck with the gravel and plastic...so one day i decided to give it a shot once more...so i started with 3 amazon swords which ive had for a year that hasnt died or grown...when i saw that the plants were still alive i decided to take the hobby serious researching everything first from multiple resources

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