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Photo Caption: Here is a more recent photo that I promised. The picture that I had on my profile before was a really outdated picture.
10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Here is a more recent photo that I promised. The picture that I had on my profile before was a really outdated picture.

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 10 gallon all glass aquarium. 20 inches long, 12 inches high, 10 inches wide. 40 watt PC light fixture (orbit). Penguin 125 H.O.B. style filter(will be changing to canister soon maybe).
Advice: Be patient, don't overstock the tank or overfeed, keep it clean, keep up on your fertilizing, and you will be rewarded.
Fish Kept: 5 Trigonostigma Espei, 1 otocinclus, 2 guppies, 3 amano shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Rotala Macrandra, Rotala Rotundifolia(indica), Nymphea Stellata, Hemianthus Callitrichoides, Fontinalis Antipyretica, limnophila aquatica, saggitaria subulata, ammania gracillis.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: That's hella crazy!
About Yourself: It's a long story about how I got into the hobby, the short of it is my mom gave me my first fish tank to help with my depression, I was 21. I am now 27. Huge Cradle of Filth fan, and an Oceanography student.

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I guess if your pics wasn't out of focus, it could be rewarded of a better rating. Nice. fish avatar

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