Photo #1 - My 30 Gallon With The New Led Lights Installed

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Photo Caption: My 30 gallon with the new LED lights installed
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 30 gallon with the new LED lights installed

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 30 gallon perfecto with a Marineland LED light & full glass hood, Aquatech 30-60 filter & a Marineland H.O.T. Magnum pro canister filter.
Advice: Don't over feed your tank and water change, water change, water change!
Fish Kept: 5 Zebra Danios, 3 Harlequin Rasboras, 3 X-Ray Pristella Tetras, 3 Silver Tip Tetras, 2 Julii Cory Cats, a pair of Gardneri Innidere Killifish, 1 male Biv.Funge Killi and 1 male Splendeplore Tiko Green Killi, 1 Rubber Lip Pleco and 3 Brilliant Red Tail Rasboras.
Corals/Plants: -
Tank Size: 30 gallons
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About Yourself: I have had fish tanks since I was 12 years old. I have had everything from betas to freshwater community tanks to saltwater fish only tanks to Reef aquarims. Each one is unique and amazing in their own way. Currently I have a freshwater community tank. I am currently very facinated with Killifish. They are incredibly beautiful fish and there are so many different varities. I currently have 3 different varities.

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