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60 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - front view

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Description: ----60g Planted tank -100x50x50 sm; ----CO2 - "SERA" presurized system.; ----Light - 6x30W "Sylvania Aquastar" tubes; ----Filter - "Atman" canister 1000 l/h ----NO3 - 0 mg/l ----PO4 - 0 mg/l ----GH - 20
Advice: -----There is no such thing as "too many water changes"!-----
Fish Kept: Crossocheilus siamensis, Otocinclus affinis, Ancistrus dolichopterus
Corals/Plants: Bolbitis heudelotii, Anubias nana v. nana, Cryptocorine wendtii brown, Microsorum pteropus
Tank Size: 60 gallons
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Very interesting arrangement, unlike any others I've seen, it's great to see new news to set up a tank, keep up the great work! fish avatar
nice tank, the color really comes out on the neons! fish avatar
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Gorgeous !!! fish avatar

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