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Country: India
Description: Tank size: 4ft length 1.5 ft depth 1.5 ft heightLighting: 1) Finnex Stingray 22) Current USA Orbit3) SunSun ADE 900cFiltration System: eHeim classic 600Bio Media: 1) ADA Bio Rio-G (1 litre) 2) eHeim Substrat pro (1 litre)3) White filter padMechanical Media: eHeim Mech & Blue coarse padChemical Media: Seachem Purigen 100ml
Advice: Use strong filtration, good CO2 equipment & quality LED lights to achieve success. Try to do weekly water changes without fail. Plant husbandry like trimming is critical.
Fish Kept: Otocinclus, Turquoise Rainbow, Lemon Tetra, Coral Red Platy, Bristlenose Pleco, Bosemani Rainbow, Albino Neon tetra, Neon tetra, Cardinal tetra, Trifasciata Rainbow, Congo Tetra, Rosy Tetra, Red Tail Rainbow, Rummy Nose Tetra, Siamese Algae Eater, German Blue Ramirezi, Green Widow tetra
Corals/Plants: Foreground plants: Hemianthus Micranthemoides, Cyprus Helferi, Hydrocotyle TripartitaMidGround Plants: Ludwigia Repens super red, Ludwigia Arcuata, Bolbitis Heudeloti, Proserpinaca PalustrisBackground plants: Pogostemon Stellatus Dassen, Myriophyllum Mattogrossense, Ecicularis Vivipara, Guppy GrassEpiphytes: Peacock Moss, Christmas Moss, Hygrophyla Pinnatifida, Anubias Coffefolia, Cryptocoryne Balansae
Tank Size: 46 gallons
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