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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.

COMMENTS

quite exotic! fish avatar despina
Me encanta! La variedad de colores esta brutal! fish avatar Luisma
The discus that is orange and blue what is that? And did you get it from the same site? I got my fish in today they all look great and I got a bonus fish! fish avatar Cassie
O booo to you blakesanden!! The fish are hideing and the plants make the tank the fish just complement the foilage!!! fish avatar Cassie
this is a nice tank HOWEVER it looks like its more about the plants then the fish .. fish avatar blake sanden

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