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Submitted By: gord on
Photo Caption: 55g planted community. starter seed soil bottom, co2(cheap system), T5 lights, sera florena fert. neons, harlequin rasp.syno's,petricola's, decorus, angelicus. Marble hatchets, glass cats, and loads more
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55g planted community. starter seed soil bottom, co2(cheap system), T5 lights, sera florena fert. neons, harlequin rasp.syno's,petricola's, decorus, angelicus. Marble hatchets, glass cats, and loads more

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Country: Canada
Description: 55g planted community two power filters sponge filter
Advice: research and don't be afraid to try things
Fish Kept: many syno's(petricola,decorus,angelicus,etc) hatchets, glass catfish, killifish ,kuhli's,angels,neons,etc etc etc..........and shrimp
Corals/Plants: too many plants to list
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: I'll take two of those
About Yourself: full-time millworker and part-time aquarist.....want to flip it around.

COMMENTS

Nice tank and fun to watch!! fish avatar
Nice dark plants. Not a fan of lighter greens. Yours looks good. fish avatar
very nice fish avatar

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