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Photo Caption: This aquascape looks much better in real life.
24 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This aquascape looks much better in real life.

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Country: China
Description: Aqua One AR-F620 90 liters, 62cm x 39cm x 52cm, low lighting 2 x 20 watts fluorescents No Co2 (don't like it or need it), 18 liters of ADA Amazonia Soil
Advice: Use ADA Amazonia Soil and a lot of it. Would recommend at least 3-4" deep to allow optimal root growth. Don't need to use Co2 if you use good lighting, would recommend 1 watt per liter. This is where I fell short, but my plants still managed to thrive.
Fish Kept: Currently: 16 zebra danios 7 platys 7 bronze corydoras 2 kuhli loaches 2 golden chinese algae eaters 3 oto cats
Corals/Plants: Java fern, Anubias, Vallisneria, and I can't remember the scientific names of the rest...Sorry
Tank Size: 24 gallons
About Yourself: I've been into freshwater aquariums since I was a teenager, but I left the hobby for a long time. I have recently taken it up again and glad I did.

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