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Photo Caption: 55 Gallon Aquarium with Rummynose Tetras, Neon Tetras, Guppies, and SAE's
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 55 Gallon Aquarium with Rummynose Tetras, Neon Tetras, Guppies, and SAE's
freshwater fish - pterophyllum sp. - koi angel stocking in 55 gallons tank - My angelfish Micah.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: co2 injected, lighting is 2 X 54 W T5 HO 18000K, Fert=Flourish Excel, Flourish Nitrogen, Flourish Phosphorus, Flourish Equilibrium.
Advice: Research and have fun!
Fish Kept: neon tetras, rummynose tetras, guppies, siamese algae eaters.
Corals/Plants: amazon sword, micro sword, cabomba, pennywort, moneywort, wisteria, hygrophila balsamica, water sprite, golden nesaea, Alternanthera reineckii, cardinal plant, pogostemon stellatus "broad leaf", ludwigia repens, dwarf hair grass, and many others.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Loved aquariums as a kid and kept a ten gallon one. Just recently got back into them again and really love the world of planted tanks! This is my first attempt. I hope you like it.

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That's your first attempt at a planted tank?! Good job! fish avatar

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