Photo #2 - My New 20 Gallon Long Tank Set Up. I Tried To Do ...

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Photo Caption: My New 20 gallon long tank set up. i tried to do a little aquascaping here. left a little cave and the rightt a open space for them to swim about. a couple of nanas including the big and small ones. a bunch of morimo moss balls. i decided to go against getting neon tetras since they die so easily and went with rasbora. glad i did.
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - New setup, add a UV filter and removed all of the old gravel and put in new ones. 11 Rasaboras, 2 Otos, bunch of blue shirmps, and one guppie ( my wifes only fish ) also have a DIY CO2 generator added.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My New 20 gallon long tank set up. i tried to do a little aquascaping here. left a little cave and the rightt a open space for them to swim about. a couple of nanas including the big and small ones. a bunch of morimo moss balls. i decided to go against getting neon tetras since they die so easily and went with rasbora. glad i did.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: All live plants and some rocks. Forgot what the rocks were called
Advice: Look at other tank setup to give you some inspiration
Fish Kept: 5 pink Danio, 2 glo lite, 2 neon, 2 albino cory, and 1 spotted cory, Harlequin Rasbora
Corals/Plants: marrimo moss, anubis nana and repens
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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