Photo #1 - Planted Tanganyikan - 46 Gallon Bow

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46 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted Tanganyikan - 46 gallon Bow

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: Filtration: Penguin 350 and Rena XP1 Heater: 200 watt Fluval "E" Series Lighting: Coralife 96w Compact Fluorescent Fixture Substrate: Sakrete Natural Play Sand/Black Marine Sand Rocks: Petrified wood, Pagoda, Black/Gray Slate, River Rock Background: Black (painted) Plants ---> Anubias: Barteri, Coffefolia, and Nana. Crypt Lutea, Java Ferns, Apon. Madagascar Lace, and Taiwan Moss on Driftwood. Feeding: New Life Spectrum Cichlid Formula, OSI Brine Shrimp Flakes.
Advice: Research before you buy it will save you money and time!
Fish Kept: Too many to name...
Corals/Plants: Lots...
Tank Size: 46 gallons
About Yourself: i have MTS (multiple tank syndrome) it's AWESOME!!!!

COMMENTS

Cool fish avatar
Very fresh and clean look. Nice job. fish avatar
That was my thought exactly; simplicity at its finest! Simple, clean lines that look so awesome. One of my most favorite planted tanks. I wish I could see your fish though, that is my true love, the critters!! fish avatar
I love the simplicity of this tank. Very nicely set up fish avatar

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