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Photo Caption: I went basic on mine, I've just used the filter I got and spent no extra on additional supplements but I've ended up with a charming tank.
47 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - I went basic on mine, I've just used the filter I got and spent no extra on additional supplements but I've ended up with a charming tank.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Tank: Jewel Rio 180 Filter: Jewel Standard Internal Co2: None
Advice: I went basic on mine, I've just used the filter I got and spent no extra on additional supplements but I've ended up with a charming tank.
Fish Kept: 2 Angel Fish (Pterophyllum scalare), 1 Pim Catfish (Pimelidontis Pictus), 3 Disc Tetras (Brachychalcinus orbicularis), 3 Bristlenose Catfish (Antriscus sp.), 3 Synodontis nigriventris, 1 Senegal Birchir (Polypterus senegalus), 1 Peacock Spiny Eel (Mastacemeelus erythrotaenia)
Corals/Plants: Too many to name!
Tank Size: 47 gallons
Quote: Ouch, that damn bristlenose spiked me =[

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nice tank I really like angelfish too fish avatar

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