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Country: Canada
Description: Perfecto 65 gallon tall show tank 36'' x 18'' x 24'' Perfecto double glass canopy Solid pine stand black Hagen GLO lights 2 x 39w Ho x 3 fixtures Rena XP 2 filter Aquarium Systems 295 gph powerhead with homemade spraybar and pre filter Fountain pumps x 3 for water circulation Pressurized C02 (20 lb bottle) Red sea 500 reactor Red sea drop checker Red sea bubble counter Flourite substrate (4 bags) 3'' deep Seachem flourish x2 per week Eheim 200 watt heater Rena top light excel 300 watt heater
Advice: Never give up, remember the dream, whether it be algea or cloudy water that just won't go away, you will get it right, Never give up!
Fish Kept: Royal blue discus x 1 Red turquoise discus x 1 Sterbai cory's x 3 Otto cats x 3 Roberti tetras x 3 Rosy tetras x 1 Cardinal tetras x 7 Long fin albino bristle nose pleco female x 1 Garnet tetras x 3
Corals/Plants: didiplis diandra hygrophila polysperma limnophila aromatica ludwigia repens nesaea crassicavlis rotala rotundifolia rotala wallichii sagitatia subulata utricuaria graminifolia vallisneria americana vallisneria americana (gigantea) cryptocoryne wendtii (tropica) cryptocoryne wendtii (brown) Cryptocoryne beckettii (petchii) anubias barteri (coffeefolia) bacopa caroliniana ceratopteris thalictroides hygrophila corymbosa (siamensis) algae
Tank Size: 65 gallons
Quote: Someday!
About Yourself: I love planted tanks , I have 2 tanks currently they are both 65 gallon tall tanks, both heavily planted one is on C02 and the other is not and if there is any one comment to make about this hobby I would have to say it's very addicting! keep up the good work!

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