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Photo Caption: 3 month old 15g low tech tank ,even the substrate is just plain gravel
15 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 3 month old 15g low tech tank ,even the substrate is just plain gravel
freshwater fish - papiliochromis ramirezi - german blue ram stocking in 15 gallons tank - my male ram with fry

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Country: Phillippines
Description: work in progress
Advice: ask them
Fish Kept: tangerine zebra,crydoras,serpae,ramerezi,oto,guppies,swordtail,platys,kribs, of course they are in separate tanks,monster fish (clown knife,spotted gar,red tail catfish) kept in a rubbermaid tank 300 gallons (63.3 x 69 x 25)
Corals/Plants: Ludwigia Repens Anubias barteri v. Nana Microsorium pteropus (Java Fern),cabomba,etc.........
Tank Size: 15 gallons
Quote: even ordinary things in your backyard can look good inside the tank.....
About Yourself: been in the hobby since high school,got interested in plants when i saw an awesome aquasape at the shop...

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