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46 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My Tank

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Tank: 46 Gallon Bow Front All-Glass Lighting: 36" 96 Watt Flourescent 6500k/10000k. 4 DIY can lights - 2 with 26watt 2700k cfl bulbs - 2 with 13 watt softwhite cfl bulbs. All lights are timed for sun-up, late morning, early afternoon, sunset. Between 2.5 and 3 watts/gallon throughout the day. Electrics: Rena canister (2 media buckets), Aquaclear powerhead (powers co2 reactor), heater. Other: Diy CO2, Diy Reactor, 60%/40% Flourite/Natural Gravel, Driftwood, Lake Superior shore rocks
Advice: The best way to learn is to make things yourself. Then go buy the toys to make life easier.
Fish Kept: Black neons, platys, mollies, ottos, tiger barbs
Corals/Plants: Swords, dwarf lillies (bulbs from walmart), lots of other plants that look nice. The picture listed is lust following a cutback
Tank Size: 46 gallons

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