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Photo Caption: 36"x15"x18" First tank and have gone for a natural looking environment with Bogwood being a main feature. Just getting started with stocking, but the tetras seem very happy in there so far.
42 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 36"x15"x18" First tank and have gone for a natural looking environment with Bogwood being a main feature. Just getting started with stocking, but the tetras seem very happy in there so far.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 36"x15"x18" My first tank and design includes Aqua Terra Slimline Mesa background, Dragon stone, Bogwood, silver sand.
Advice: Buy a bigger tank than that!
Fish Kept: So far 7 Lemon Tetras, and to add soon corys, 1 plec and 5 black bar silver dollars.
Corals/Plants: one silk plant and one plastic plant.
Tank Size: 42 gallons
About Yourself: I finally got a fish tank! Thanks to my best friend of many years, he knew I loved his tank with silver dollars in it and offered it to me recently. He has plans for another tank soon. I'm hooked now and have loved the design and researching etc.

COMMENTS

Wow, thanks :-) I must admit, the designing or aquascaping has been part of the draw for me really getting into this hobby. And it is highly addcitive when you stand back and see your work appreciated. Thanks! fish avatar
For a first time tank it looks very nice. Looks like you'v been doing it for years. fish avatar

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