Photo #2 - Pic After I Moved Drift Wood - 30 Neon Tetras, 12...

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Photo Caption: Pic after I moved drift wood
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My tank as of 5-5-07
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Pic after I moved drift wood

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State: Nebraska
Country: United States
Description: 90 gallon freshwater planted tank. 48"X18"X24" high. 370 watts of power compact lighting (2 50/50 2 10,000K 2 6700k bulbs). XP2 and XP3 filters. Fully automatic CO2 system (ph 6.7). And 300 watt heater at 80 degs. Homemade oak stand.
Advice: Small steps rather than giant leaps is faster at making advances in your tank.
Corals/Plants: don't really know, swords, grass plants, names too long to write down?
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Quote: What happens in the fish tank stays in the fish tank.
About Yourself: I am an Architecture student who in his spair time messes with fish crap. I hope to become a great aquascaper once I master growing plants. PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!! PLEASE HELP AND COMMENT!!!

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