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Photo Caption: Guest room aquarium. Goldfish, Danios, Cory Cats for inhabitants. All plants: Anubias species. Volume: 22USG. Filters: 1 modified UGF + 1 external filter rated at 300ph. Lighting: .75 watts/gal, flourescent, Coralife Plant Gro.
22 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Guest room aquarium. Goldfish, Danios, Cory Cats for inhabitants. All plants: Anubias species. Volume: 22USG. Filters: 1 modified UGF + 1 external filter rated at 300ph. Lighting: .75 watts/gal, flourescent, Coralife Plant Gro.

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Four freshwater planted aquariums -- 17, 22, 22, 2 USG.
Advice: Planted aquariums don't have to be high tech. to be successful.
Fish Kept: Goldfish, Platy, Gold Barb, Schuberti Barb, Cory Cats, Betta, Otos
Corals/Plants: Amazon Swords, Marble Queen Sword, Anubias, Wisteria, Apons
Tank Size: 22 gallons

COMMENTS

Healthy plants u have,I am also trying to get my low tech tank going my plant are not as heathy for now.PS That multi colored gravel does not seem to fit in well,you like it? fish avatar

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