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25 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My tank

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: TANK. Fluval Roma 125 80cm long x 35cm wide x 45cm high. Volume 125 litres. Condensation Tray LIGHTING. 1x 18w tropical sunlight tube. 1x 18w natural day light tube. 3x Marina Blue lights (nighttime moonlight) FILTER. Fluval 205 External canister filter. pump output 680 liters per hour. Media. Fluval 205 foam blocks. Pre filter. Carbon. Water polishing wool. Boi Max. Heating. Fluval A-761 100w. Plus Safe gaurd. Air pump. Elliet 802 twin output 1x med air stone. 1x air diffuser tube Extras. Tetra Plant Co2-Optimat
Advice: Dont start too small, big is really better! BUT remember the space you have, and dont go MASSIVE
Fish Kept: 3x Cherry Barb 2x Pearl Danio 2x Zedbra danio 3x Harlequin 4x Neon Tetra 1x Glow Tetra 1x Siamese Fighter 4x Verious Corydoras 3x Glass Catfish 2x Keyhile Cichlid 2x Albeno Frogs 2x Silver Hatchet
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria Spiralis Twisted Spiralis Eleocharis Acicularis Micranthemum Umbrosum Anubias
Tank Size: 25 gallons
About Yourself: One Day i bought a cheep old tank with bits got my fist fighting fish then that was it i had to improve my new fish,s home, now 1 new tank later still splahing around.

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