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Photo Caption: My tank how it looks now. 57 Gallon Wave front Tank. DIY Co2 up and running for a month now.
freshwater fish - hypostomus sp. - para pleco (l075) stocking in 57 gallons tank - My L075 Para Pleco. Had him about 12 months now. He is now approx 6 inches long.
57 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My tank how it looks now. 57 Gallon Wave front Tank. DIY Co2 up and running for a month now.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 57 Gallon Wave front tank Set up in November 2006. Originally with artificial plants and decor. Put real plants in July 2007. Hydor Prime 30 External Filter Fluval 4 Plus Internal Filter 300 Watt Visitherm Heater Tetratec aps300 air pump running air curtain DIY Co2 (Been using for about a month)
Advice: Research the fish before you buy them. It will save you lots of money in the long run.
Fish Kept: Lots Of Plecos Neons, Glowlights, Kissing Gourami's, Featherfin Cats, Cory's, Golden CAE, Buenos Aires Tetra's, Black Widow Tetras.
Corals/Plants: Vallis, Anubias, Amazon Swords, Cabomba, Lots of Java Moss attached to Bogwood and Rock. Lots of others but I dont know what they are lol.
Tank Size: 57 gallons

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