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Photo Caption: All live plants, also all the rock is natural river slate fish -- guppys goldnugget placo neons tetras african butterfly fish two large golden snails the tank is a 75 gallon marineland with two marinland 400 filters ocean sun light bulbs . its slowly getting there the tank has been going for three months want to get a co2 system ive heard they help the plants alot !
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - All live plants, also all the rock is natural river slate fish -- guppys goldnugget placo neons tetras african butterfly fish two large golden snails the tank is a 75 gallon marineland with two marinland 400 filters ocean sun light bulbs . its slowly getting there the tank has been going for three months want to get a co2 system ive heard they help the plants alot !

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State: Oklahoma
Country: United States
Description: i have a marineland tank with two 400 marineland filters a 300 heater wish i had some co2 for the plants and will have in the future !
Advice: do a lot of reading !!! Water condition is key.
Fish Kept: 1 african butterfly fish, 1 gold nugget placo, 8 dainos, 10 tetras, three dwarf flame gouramis, 6 neons, 2 chinese algae eaters, 3 cory cats and two large golden snails
Corals/Plants: several types of swords and a bananna plant and some tall grass and other types not sure about what kinds, but they are all real !!
Tank Size: 75 gallons
About Yourself: My mom always had fish. I love to watch them and try to make the environment as close to real as possible.

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