Photo #1 - My First Big Planted Freshwater Aquarium.

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Submitted By: Hugo Ferreira on
Photo Caption: My first big planted freshwater aquarium.
53 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My first big planted freshwater aquarium.

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Country: Portugal
Description: Aquarium 105×40x52 (200l capacity, 170l of water) DIY. Lighting 4×39W T5 6500K DIY. Eheim External Filter 2224 w/ Installation Set A + B, 700l/h and 3l of filter medium. Eheim-Jager 100W Heater. 19l ADA AquaSoil Amazonica. CO2 bio injection DIY w/ JBL Permanent Test
Advice: Do it slowly...
Fish Kept: Poecilia Reticulata, Guppy; Xiphophorus Maculatus, Platy; Paracheirodon Inessi, Tetra Neon; Hasemania Nana, Tetra Silver Tip.; Ancistrus sp.; Otocinclus affinis; Corydoras Paleatus, Aenus and Panda; Crossocheilus Siamensis, SAE; Neocaridina Denticulata Sinensis, Red-Cherry Shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Glossostigma Elatinoides; Valisneria Spiralis; Hygrophila Polysperma; Vesicularia Dubyana; Echinodorus (unknown); Nesaea Crassicaulis; Rotala Boshi-Nanjenshan; Didiples Diandra; others...
Tank Size: 53 gallons
Quote: There is no spoon.

COMMENTS

glow-light tetras would look great in there, and i LOVE the carpet planting you have in there. it looks amazing. fish avatar
VERY good for your first tank! fish avatar
Beautiful!!!! fish avatar
Your tank looks great. Instead of Guppy and Xipho, my recommendation would be put some more P. innesi. Great job. Fikus fish avatar

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