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Photo Caption: This is the most recent photo of this tank. Those white pebbles are Still there... the moss I tied around the branch is starting to grow, the elodea kept uprooting so in the end I just draped it around the branch. I'll try planting it again when I regain my patience (!)
fish tank picture - This is the most recent photo of this tank. Those white pebbles are Still there... the moss I tied around the branch is starting to grow, the elodea kept uprooting so in the end I just draped it around the branch. I'll try planting it again when I regain my patience (!)

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Country: Germany
Description: 56 gallon long (4 foot) hang on back filter. Low light. Sand substrate.
Advice: Do lots and lots of research. Keep your water clean.
Fish Kept: gourami, angelfish, borneo suckers,red cherry shrimp, white clouds, bristlenose catfish, tetras, platys. guppies, axolotl, chinese aglae eater, hoplo catfish (not all in same tank)
Corals/Plants: Java fern, crypt, dwarf grass, elodea, baby tears, broad leaf sword, java moss.
Tank Size: 56 gallons
About Yourself: Fish fascinate me, as well as aquascaping (not that I'm any good at it). I live with my partner and I have 5 fish tanks. The largest is 56g, then 42g, then 26g, then 17g, then 5 g.

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