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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: 4w per gal t5 lighting, Eco Complete, DIY co2 @ 3 bubbles per sec.
Advice: Brand new to this myself.
Fish Kept: 2 African Butterfly, 1 Marble Hatchet, 6 Tiger Barbs, 5 Green Barbs, 1 Red Tail Shark, 2 Red Eyes, 2 Platies, 5 Neons, 8 Rasbora Hetras, 2 Marble Mollies, 2 Arcuatus Catfish, 1 Chinese Algae Eater, 1 Siamese Algae Eater, 2 Bettas, 1 Plecostomus, 5 Otocinclus, 1 Green Severum, Ghost Shrimp, Crayfish, Nerite, Mystery, Trumpet and Ram Snails
Corals/Plants: Red Tiger Lotus, Lace Java Fern, Water Lettuce, Fairy Moss. Marimo Ball, Aponogeton Boivinianus, Dwarf Hair Grass, Dwarf Four Leaf Clover, Moneywort, Pygmy Chain Sword, Crystalwort, Dwarf Baby Tears, Java Moss, Crinkle Onion, Dwarf Lilly, Anubias Nana, South African Bog Wood, Petrified Wood
Tank Size: 29 gallons
About Yourself: Purchased a non planted tank and 14 fish off of Craigs List on Tuesday, Feb 22, 2011. Been a labor of love turning it into a thriving planted tank.

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