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Country: Australia
Description: The theme is 'Tribute' i.e. Forest, Dessert & Mountains (Fusion of Dutch style and Iwagumi). High-tech,180 Gallon, 180X60X60 cm, 4 Watt/Gallon, Pressurized CO2 with Solenoid running at 25-30 PPM, CO2 Reactor, CO2 Drop Checker, 1/2 Chiller, 2 Canister Filters, Electronic circuit system with stabilizer and timers, Substrate/Fertilizer - Eco-Complete, ADA Power Sand, Tropica Sand, ADA Bacter 100, ADA Brighty K, JBL 7 Balls, KHCO3 Fertilizer and Plantx CSM Fertilizer. Parameters - Ammonia 0, Nitrite 0, Nitrate 5-10 PPM, Phosphate/Silicate 0, KH 6 & PH 6.8-7.
Advice: “Persistence. Perfection. Patience. Power. Prioritize your passion. It keeps you sane.” ― Criss Jami
Fish Kept: Bronze Cory Cat, True Rummynose Tetra, Cardinal Tetra, Cherry Barbs, Assassin Snails, Guppy, Otocinclus, Red Cherry Shrimps.
Corals/Plants: Plants - Java Moss,Flame Moss, Willow Moss, Java Ferns, Windelov Fern, Anubius Nana “Petite”, Anubius Nana,Rotala Rotundifolia, Crypto Pontederifolia,Elodea Crispa,Hair Grass (Dwarf), Hair Grass (Tall),Blyxa Japonica,Glossostigma, Hydrocotyle Verticillata, Bacopa Caroliniana,Hygrophila Polysperma ('Rosanervig'), Aponogeton Crispus,Aponogeton Rigidifolius,Crypto Wendtii Green,Crypto Wendtii Brown, Hemianthus Cuba,Cryptocoryne Balansae,Bolbitis Fern,Rotala Macrandra,Staurogyne Repens, Cryptocoryne Parva
Tank Size: 180 gallons
Quote: To be or not to be.
About Yourself: Have been an aquarist for 3.5 years. Now venturing in to aquascaping.

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