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5 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 15 months of maturity, with weekly or biweekly maintenance.
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Photo Caption: 15 months of maturity, with weekly or biweekly maintenance.
5 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 15 months of maturity, with weekly or biweekly maintenance.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 20L Aquael Shrimp Tank 25x25x30cm, Aquael Leddy Smart Lamp, AllPondSolutions EF-150 External Filter, Seachem Tidal Matrix Biomedia, EHEIM Karbon, Phosphate Out and Floss, 100W Adjustable Heater, JBL Standard Thermometer.
Advice: A solid filtration system is essential for any tank setup, your filter decomposes harmful substances in the water and can acidify the water or purify any ions present from water changes depending on mechanical media added.
Fish Kept: Red Cherry Shrimp, Chili Rasbora
Corals/Plants: Bucephalandra, Cryptocoryne Breckettii, Lobelia Cardinalis, Eleocharis Acicularis, Alternathera Reineckii, Pistia Stratiotes.
Tank Size: 5 gallons

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