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6 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My first planted aquarium!

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Tank: UNS 60L (60cm x 20cm x 20cm)Lighting: Twinstar 600ECO2: UNS Mini Dual Stage regulatorFiltration: Fluval 106 modified to connect to glass 10mm intake & return Lily PipesSubstrate: UNS Controsoil (fine grain)Hardscape: Seiryu stone & unknown the driftwood
Advice: Patience. If you think you`ve waited long enough to do/add something, then wait another week. Also invest in a quarantine system. All you need is a 10 gallon tank, homemade filter, and common medication.
Tank Size: 6 gallons
About Yourself: After keeping African Cichlids in a 150 gallon aquarium for 20 years, I am branching out and trying new things. My big plans are a custom 400 gallon drop off tank with hundreds of community fish.

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