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Photo Caption: I changed my tank around and put more plants in. I focused more on putting the taller plants in the back and the shorter in the front. I also got rid of those damn prolific kribs. It looks a thousand times better than it did before, especially with the red plants i put in to contrast the green.
75 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - I changed my tank around and put more plants in. I focused more on putting the taller plants in the back and the shorter in the front. I also got rid of those damn prolific kribs. It looks a thousand times better than it did before, especially with the red plants i put in to contrast the green.

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State: Missouri
Country: United States
Description: This is the first time i have ever put a lot of thought in to a living breathing planted tank. I have 3 40 watt flourescent bulbs, a yiest CO2 reactor and I fertilize weekly with both potassium and iron supplements.
Advice: Use yiest CO2.
Fish Kept: I have tooo many fish. I originnaly had 2 Kribs, but they spawned and now there are maybe 15 of them. This doesnt include the new batch of baby krib hovering around the bottom with there parents. I also have 2 glass cats, 7 ottos, 5 corys, two large angels, 6 tiger barbs, 8 von rio tetras, a gold claw crab somwhere, two bitterlings, two white stripped loaches, 2 red tailed sharks, a gourami, and probably some others i forgot. I really need to get rid of a few.
Corals/Plants: two large amazon sword plants, anubias, java fern everywhere, M. lace plant, onion plants, camboma, and a couple others.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: That one by ceasar

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