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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: -20 gallon tall -homemade 3D cement background -Eco-Complete (1.5 inches) -Quikrete Medium Commercial Grade sand (1.5 inches) -Aquaclear 50 HOB filter, with peat-moss added in the filtration system to bring down my pH -ViaAqua 100-Watt Quartz Glass heater, set to about 78 F. -Malaysian drift wood as my centerpiece, with a second piece of smaller driftwood from my LFS -DIY CO2 injector I am ultimately designing this tank for German Blue Rams, living along side of Neon and Glowlight Tetras, and Nerite Snails, but I am taking it step by step slowly, as GBR’s are very sensitive to water parameters and I want the tank to be perfect for them.
Advice: Take it slow, plan it out.
Fish Kept: 2x Glowlight Tetra, 9x Neon Tetra, 2x German Blue Ram, 2x Sunburst Platy, 2x Nerite Snail
Corals/Plants: 1x Anubias barteri [Anubias] 1x Cryptocoryne undulata [Crypt Undulata] 3x Echinodorus amazonicus [Amazon Sword] (2x tissue cultured) 3x Hygrophila 1x “tub” Eleocharis parvula [Dwarf Hairgrass] (tissue cultured)
Tank Size: 20 gallons

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