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Photo Caption: My new 5 foot tank. at the moment got 20 neons , 30 cardinals, 8 cory's and my bristlnose.. hoping to add 5-6 discus in a month or so.
70 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My new 5 foot tank. at the moment got 20 neons , 30 cardinals, 8 cory's and my bristlnose.. hoping to add 5-6 discus in a month or so.

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Country: Australia
Description: Just upgraded from my 3 foot to this new 5x18x18 foot tank. got 4 foot double bulb lighting and 3 foot moonlight(for nightime, looks bitchen). Currently running a new 1400lph canister aswell as my old 1200lph canister from my 3 foot to help cycle quicker.
Advice: fish- live forever or die trying
Fish Kept: put in 4 bronze and 4 peppered cory's to help cycle . added 20 neons the other day. wanted cardinals but jeeez there expensive. Hoping to set it up as a semi planted discus tank but not even genna think about discus till i cycle it for a million years or so. any advice on discus would be appreciated
Corals/Plants: anubius (best plant ever never dies), hyrgo, spiral val, and more to come hopefully
Tank Size: 70 gallons

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