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Photo Caption: This is my third planted tank. The tank is a 20 gallon tall. I am using a Coralife 65 watt 6700k light. I have a Fluval 301 canister filter. I am supplying pressurized C02 via a setup sold by GreenLeafAquariums, and diffusing it through an AGA ceramic and glass diffuser. Occupants are some plattys, a lyretail, and a few otocinclus catfish. Previous fish I have kept are a trio of Kribensis dwarf Cichlids, and chain loaches.
20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my third planted tank. The tank is a 20 gallon tall. I am using a Coralife 65 watt 6700k light. I have a Fluval 301 canister filter. I am supplying pressurized C02 via a setup sold by GreenLeafAquariums, and diffusing it through an AGA ceramic and glass diffuser. Occupants are some plattys, a lyretail, and a few otocinclus catfish. Previous fish I have kept are a trio of Kribensis dwarf Cichlids, and chain loaches.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: This is my third planted tank. The tank is a 20 gallon tall. I am using a Coralife 65 watt 6700k light. I have a Fluval 301 canister filter. I am supplying pressurized C02 via a setup sold by GreenLeafAquariums, and diffusing it through an AGA ceramic and glass diffuser. Occupants are some plattys, a lyretail, and a few otocinclus catfish. Previous fish I have kept are a trio of Kribensis dwarf Cichlids, and chain loaches.
Advice: Read. Read. Read. Information is your most important tool in this hobby. A proper fertilizing schedule is also a must. I am a member, and am constantly active in the forums.
Fish Kept: Plattys, Lyretail Molly, Otocinclus
Corals/Plants: Anubias, Crypts, Saggitaria subulata, Anacharis, Java Moss, Taiwan Moss...the list goes on and on.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: I am a student at a local junior college, and am pursuing involvement in our family business selling farm equipment.

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