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Submitted By: Kristen Bellatti-Lukas on
Photo Caption: My second child! AGA 30 USG long (36"x13"x17"), Oddysea 36" 96W compact flourescent light, AquaClear 50 modified with DIY water deflector and sponge over intake, two 2 liter bottles DIY CO2 fed into intake, Eco-Complete, Seachem Flourish tabs, and liquid ferts (The huge mound of Java moss is temporary. I have a paradise fish spawn in there now.)
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My second child! AGA 30 USG long (36"x13"x17"), Oddysea 36" 96W compact flourescent light, AquaClear 50 modified with DIY water deflector and sponge over intake, two 2 liter bottles DIY CO2 fed into intake, Eco-Complete, Seachem Flourish tabs, and liquid ferts (The huge mound of Java moss is temporary. I have a paradise fish spawn in there now.)

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State: Nebraska
Country: United States
Description: AGA 30 USG long (36"x13"x17"), Oddysea 36" 96W compact flourescent light, AquaClear 50 modified with DIY water deflector and sponge over intake, two 2 liter bottles DIY CO2 fed into intake, Eco-Complete, Seachem Flourish tabs, and liquid ferts
Advice: Do your research before buying anything! It will pay off in the end!
Fish Kept: In this tank: 1 pair Paradise fish, 4 female Betta splendens, 1 pair golden wonder killifish, 2 SAEs, and Malaysian trumpet snails
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria spirallis, sunset hygro, rotala, several types of crypts, and a few others I can't remember the names of.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: Carp! Eh? D'ya see 'em?
About Yourself: My dad has been keeping fish since I was a little kid and grew up loving all fish and animals, and I'm a Pisces! =P

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