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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55G Planted Community

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State: Ohio
Country: United States
Description: 55G Planted. Lighting: 130W (10K) Current USA w/ moonlights Filtratio: Eheim Ecco 2236 Substrate Small Gravel Laterite mix Quickrete Playground sand top layer. Currently DIY CO2
Advice: Be careful who you buy from! Visit multiple stores and write down the fish you are interested in then go HOME and research them! To many times people buy a cute little fish that soon out grows even that big 55 gallon.
Fish Kept: 6 Cherry Barbs, 9 Neon Tetras, 8 Bloodfin Tetras, 5 Gold Crown Tetras, 4 Zebra Danios, 1 Bulldog Pleco,4 Black Khuli Loaches, 2 YoYo Loaches, 1 German Blue Ram(f), 2 Flying Fox, 2 Farlowella Acus, 2 Guppy, 2 Honey Gourami, TONS of MTS.
Corals/Plants: Sunset Hygro, Red Ludwigia, Anubias barteri var 'nana', Corkscrew Val, Dwarf Hairgrass, Narrow Leaf Chain sword, Cherry Leaf Hyrophila, Alternanthera reineckii var. lilacina.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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