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65 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - ...

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Country: Finland
Description: Technics: 2x36W fluorescent lamp lighting, matt filter 1000l/h, Inside filter 1000l/h, 125w heater, CO2 spreader, leaven+sugar+water in limonad bottle system ;) Water: PH: 6,5, KH 3dH, heat 28°C
Advice: Search information in internet and books before take fish. Buy big tank if you have money, and water test (NO2 and PH are importants). Plants are important they not are only decorations.
Fish Kept: 4 discus, 15 x Columbian Tetra, 10x Peppered Corydoras
Corals/Plants: Bacopa autralias, Echinodorus tenellus, Limnophilla aromatica (beautiful, need CO2), Ludwigia repens, Ludwigia arcuata, Mayaca sellowiana, Echinodorus "rubin", Hygrophila corymbosa, Vallisneria
Tank Size: 65 gallons
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About Yourself: This is my third aquarium. My english is poor so i hope you understand if there is some mistakes. I take this picture web cam so it really not is sharp..

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