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Country: United Kingdom
Description: my tanks 36x18x12, i have a 40w sunglow light, i have a moon glow light 4 tha night, natural co2 system, fulval 3+ internal filter, and a 100w heater,
Advice: start saveing.if you want a tank like the top 10 u need 2 have time and sum cash on ure hands.those results dont come overnight, but we can all wish,
Fish Kept: 1 large angel,1large plec,1simise fighter,7 tiger barbs,2 kissing gornarmis2 golden an1 in nt sure ov,2 sordtails breading pair,1parrot fish,1clown loach
Corals/Plants: if someone cold help with the names? it wud help me,
Tank Size: 26 gallons
Quote: the sh%t has hit the fan
About Yourself: i got given the tank so i thort why not il giv it ago.i started the tank off as a coldwater tank.then a heater was pased down to me so i thort y nt go tropical.i then started to look at sites like this ansaw how nice some of the planted tanks were an then started to spend some cash.i am stil not finished with my tank i want to put sum kind ov carpet plant down if any1 knws a good carpet plant plz tell me,it will be a grate help,an mayby 1or2 nice red plants an just sum more variaty,

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