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10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 10 gallon

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 10 gallon standard, standard hood with screw in CFL, tetra PF10 HOB filter, Fluorite Red substrate, DIY C02 injection
Advice: Resist the urge to constantly change and rearrange things and just sit back and enjoy what you've created.
Fish Kept: 4 neon tetras, 2 Otocinclus Catfish, 1 Albino Corydoras Catfish, 2 Ghost Shrimp and temporarily some guppy fry.
Corals/Plants: Giant Hairgrass, Corkscrew Vals, Hornwort, Banana Plant, Anacharis, Cambodia, Micro Sword, Dwarf Four Leaf Clover, Wisteria, Java Moss, Ludwigia.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: I've been keeping freshwater fish tanks on and off since i was a child but have just recently realized the world of planted tanks. This is my first attempt at a planted tank and although i am happy with the results so far there are many things I will do differently with my next planted tank.

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