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90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish)

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Country: South Africa
Description: 5 foot 1500mm x 450mm wide x 500mm high. 10mm Glass, T5 6500K lighting 6 tubes, 150W Dophin Heater, 300W Dophin Heater, Tetratec EX1200 Canister Filter, Powerhead.
Advice: Patience is key in this hobby. Never be to proud to take advice from fellow hobbyists. Everyone learns something new from time to time.
Fish Kept: Green Tiger Barbs, Black Ruby Barbs, Sterbai Corydora's, Ancistrus Pleco's
Corals/Plants: Wood: Mopani Wood, Grapevine. Plants: Rotala, Amazon Swords, African Floating Fern, Java Fern, Anubia, Bacopa, Java Moss, Hornwort, Canadian pondweed, Vallisneria and Micro Swords.
Tank Size: 90 gallons
About Yourself: I have had many tanks over the years. Most where smallish. I decided to get a bigger tank so I bought a 5 foot tank. It housed some of the "Tank busters" for a while. I got bored with this as they are just show for my liking. Not a real challenge. So I decided to redo my whole setup. Had a new tank made and re did my stand and hood. Now it's a planted tank. More challenging and more satisfactory in my opinion.

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