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Photo Caption: Planted 25g tall 2x36 watt pc flourecent = 72 watt total co2 injection (homemade-yeast generated) (still adjusting setup to obtain optimal levels) substrate: eco-complete w/ gravel newly planted and not-totaly established yet
25 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted 25g tall 2x36 watt pc flourecent = 72 watt total co2 injection (homemade-yeast generated) (still adjusting setup to obtain optimal levels) substrate: eco-complete w/ gravel newly planted and not-totaly established yet

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: Planted 25g tall 2x36 watt pc flourecent = 72 watt total co2 injection (homemade-yeast generated) (still adjusting setup to obtain optimal levels) substrate: eco-complete w/ gravel newly planted and not-quite established yet
Advice: read,read,read
Fish Kept: Clown Loaches (4) Yo-Yo Loaches (3) Red Glass Tetras (2) Mickey Mouse Platty (1) Siamese Algae Eaters (2) Oto Cats (2) Clown Pleco (1)
Corals/Plants: Anubius Coffiola, Anubius Gigantica, ludwina,bolivieus(sp?), Micro Swords, Crypotene Wentii,
Tank Size: 25 gallons
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