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33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Green Pastures

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Country: Hungary
Description: Tech:Oase Biomaster 350TSeachem MatrixSeachem PurigenChihiros DoctorEheim 350 skimmerHigh Pressure CO2Juwel MultiLux LEDJuwel Helialux Spectrum LED (7700 lumen together)Shrimps: red cherry, amanoSnails: Clithon corona, Neritina natalensis sp. Zebra, Vittina SemiconicaSoil: Dennerle DeponitMix Professional 9in1, ADA Aqua Soil Amazonia, ADA La Plata SandStones: Seiryu
Advice: Cycling is important!Have many plants (live)!
Fish Kept: Green Neon Tetra, Macrotocinclus affinis, Endler guppi, Crossocheilus oblongus
Corals/Plants: Micranthemum spec. MontecarloEleocharis Parvula miniVesicularia dubyana "Christmas"Cryptocoryne wendtiiBucephalandra, "Lamandau Mini Red"Hydrocotyle verticillataAnubias barteri v. nana petite
Tank Size: 33 gallons

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The tetras are beautiful fish avatar
I love the clean look. fish avatar

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