Photo #3 - 26 Gallon Bow Front, Ehiem Off The Back, Sponge F...

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Photo Caption: 26 gallon bow front, Ehiem off the back, sponge filter medium only. Coralife light 24" 120 watt, stock bulbs. 10 hour lights on. Excel florish liquid co2. Plants are pearling. Thinking of injecting co2.
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26 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 26 gallon bow front, Ehiem off the back, sponge filter medium only. Coralife light 24" 120 watt, stock bulbs. 10 hour lights on. Excel florish liquid co2. Plants are pearling. Thinking of injecting co2.

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: 26 gallon bow front, ehiem off the back filter, coralife light 24" 120 watt, stock bulbs. 10 hour lights on. excel florish liquid c02.
Advice: If you choose a small tank get a bow front. Makes everything inside seem larger. If you want live plants do some research first. Get the substrate right you cannot change this easily.
Fish Kept: 6 lemon tetras, 1 pearl gourami, 1 flying fox, 1 bristle nose pleco, 5 amano shrimp
Corals/Plants: water sprite, anubias, hygro, micro sword, vals, crinum x large.
Tank Size: 26 gallons
Quote: farts in the bath tub
About Yourself: I've had a tanks since childhood. Never a planted tank though. I am learning a lot and enjoying it so much. Our dinning room gets much more use now that we have a tank in it. My previous tanks always had aggressive fish in them. This tank is so peaceful and i enjoy it more. No more scared weak fish in the corner looking for a way out!

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