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Photo Caption: Size:-W14 x D8.5xH 10 inch Light:-23 watt CFL Co2:- DIY Co2 Substrate:- ADA Plants:- Anubias nana,Anubias coffefolia,Anubias barteri,Anubias afzeli,ludwigiaRepens,Hair grass,Hemianthus micranthemoides Invertebrates:-shrimps and nerite snails
5 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Size:-W14 x D8.5xH 10 inch Light:-23 watt CFL Co2:- DIY Co2 Substrate:- ADA Plants:- Anubias nana,Anubias coffefolia,Anubias barteri,Anubias afzeli,ludwigiaRepens,Hair grass,Hemianthus micranthemoides Invertebrates:-shrimps and nerite snails
5 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Parrot fish,Black Ghost Knife,Tiger Loach,Angel

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Country: India
Description: W14 x D8.5xH 10 inch
Advice: Don't overfeed the fishes and change 20% water after one week.
Fish Kept: shrimps and nerite snails
Corals/Plants: Anubias nana,Anubias coffefolia,Anubias barteri,Anubias afzeli,ludwigiaRepens,Hair grass,Hemianthus micranthemoides
Tank Size: 5 gallons
About Yourself: I Start this hobby to a Little Ball, Know I have two Aquarium one is 55 gal another is 36 gal.

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