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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My freshwater native tank (2 Months Old)

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Country: Australia
Description: 4x1.5x1.5 ft tank, I use 3x 6500k t5 fluros 10 hours a day, have co2 reactor system, aqua one cf-1000 external filter, use seachem flourish fertilzers (whole range). PH-6.8, KH-4, GH-9, Temp 26 deg
Advice: Be very patient and always take notice of your fishes behaviour
Fish Kept: Monos, Australian Bass, Archer Fish, Eel tailed Catfish, Jungle Perch
Corals/Plants: Thin Val, Crypts, Lilaeopsis, Banana Lillies
Tank Size: 55 gallons
About Yourself: Pretty much started keeping fish when i started fishing about 8 or 9 years ago, and ever since then have been fanatical about fish. Not a big fan of all the fancy tropical fish. A dead set waste of time if you ask me haha. I prefer fish that are fun to keep (Archers for example).

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Nice looking tank. fish avatar

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