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Country: Puerto Rico
Description: 48" wide x 24" height x 18" depth, 48" 4ft Metal Halide Reef Aquarium Marine Light 500W, Aqua Clear 100 Filter and DYI CO2 System and Eco Complete Substrate.
Advice: Patience is a must. You have to take things step by step. Also you have to be a very good observer. It takes a lot of work but you can succeed.
Fish Kept: 7 Hidden Discus Fish, 10 Harlequin Rasboras, 8 Rummy Nose Tetras, around 10 Guppys, 8 Bleeding Heart Tetras. 4 Serpae Tetras, 4 black Nenon Tetras, 1 big Clown Loach, 3 Siamese.
Corals/Plants: 2 Alternanthera reineckii v. 'roseafolia', 1 Cryptocoyne Wenditii Tropica, 2 Micro Sword, Myriophyllum Tuberculatum 'Red', 2 Rotala Rotundifolia (Indicia), 1 Rotala Wallichii, 1 Nesaea pedicellata 'Golden', 1 Anubia Nana, 1 Anubia Barteri, Cryptocoryne Wendtii Red & Green, Saggitaria Dwarf, Hornwort, Melon Sword, Amazon Sword, Hygrophila difformis (Wisteria), Aponogeton crispus, Valisneria
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: I love fishes and plants.
About Yourself: I bought my first tank when I was 7 years. My interest in plants began a few years ago just for curiosity. Same happened with my discus; I just got one to see what happened.

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