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20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - The New Tank

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Country: Australia
Description: New Aqua One Evo 100 tank. Aquarium dimensions : 100 x 40 x 55 cms 190 litres (42 gallons) Aqua one CF1000 external power filter 2 x 39 watt T5 fluorescent lights
Advice: Let it grow, man, just leave your tank alone for a bit and let the plants grow how they would naturally. if you vallis starts going crazy, yank out some of the shoots.
Fish Kept: Baby Koi - Just for six months or until the start top eat my plants and destreoy my aqauscaping - then they'll get transferred to our fishponds outside
Corals/Plants: Cabomba caroilinia Ceratophyllum demersum (Hornwort) Microsorum pteropus (Java Fern) Echinodorous osiris (Melon Sword) Versicularia dubyana Nymphaea alba (water lilies) Rubiaceae pantanal Swamp Moss Vallisnera americana Bacopa monieri
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Don't Panic!
About Yourself: My Dad first got me into fishkeeping, at an age where I was still filled with childlike wonder. Now I'm 18, still filled with childlike wonder and still keeping fish.

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