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20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Full brightness

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State: Pennsylvania
Country: United States
Description: This is a 20 gallon tall I've had it running forever now, it just keeps evolving with the more I learn ..There is a bigger 24/7 light on here I just love and will get another..simple hob filter as well as a sponge filter with a jet to move the water.my filter media is ceramic and bio balls .my substrate is dirt and eco complete gravelI have a variety of plants...anubius crypts, swords, some mosses, dwarf baby tears, and one that I just love but can not remember the name I have a canister filter that I just bought..way too big..I will be getting a bigger tank in the next few weeks I am excited to start work
Advice: Read as much as you can, talk to as many people as you can and patience patience patience
Corals/Plants: Crypt, mosses, swords ,dwarf baby tears, anubius,
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Keep your sleeves wet

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