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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: 75 gallon planted tank:: Jungle Vals, Crystal Vals, Anubias Nana, Anubias Coffeefolia, Java Ferns, Java Moss, Willow Moss, Green Melon Sword, Ruffled Swords, Amazon Swords, Red Rubin Sword, Cryptocorynes Willisii Lucens, Cryptocorynes Wendtii Red, Cryptocorynes Balansae. The tank is low-light and non-CO2-injected. Lighting: 130 W of 6,700K compact fluorescent lighting. Substrate: 100% Eco-Complete. Filtration: Rena Filstar XP3 + Eheim Aquaball powehead for better water circulation. Heating: 2 x 150W , Visi-Therm submersible heaters.
Advice: Keep your water clean and you'll be fine. And you know what that means! You people know who you are that I'm saying this to ... lol :o)
Fish Kept: 2 Angelfish, 3 German Blue Rams, 10 Harlequin Rasboras, 8 Zebra Danios, 6 Cherry Barbs, and 1 GAE.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Quote: "The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way its animals are treated." AND "Be the change you wish to see in the world." - Mahatma Gandhi

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Nice fish and excellent photo!!!!!!! fish avatar
Hi there, thank you for the nice words :-) Love the photos yr your fish. They look very healthy as they're all showing their colours well :-) Keep up the gd work. Cheers. fish avatar

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