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Country: South Africa
Description: Tank is 100cm (length), 46cm (width), and 50cm (hight),1* canister filter running the set-up @ 650 lh. It's got 2 * 25w plantgrow lux, flo's 4500K, & 1 * sun lux, flo 6500K lights. DIY CO2 with Hagen Diffuser. Pool filtr sand with Hagen plant grow sticks mixed in. Weekly dosage with Sera Florena, and 25% weekly water changes.
Advice: Time, time and patience!!! Before rushing into something you'll later regret, rather njoy what you've got at the moment!!! and keep up those water changes, and off course, vacuum that gravel of ur's. if your fish could, they would kiss you 4 that!!
Fish Kept: 1* Pair / Apistiogramma Cacautuoides, 1* Pair / Apistiogramma Aggazissi, 20* Black Neons, 2* Golden Ancistrus Temminckii, 3* Cory - Swartzi's.
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria Gigantiga, Echinodorus Bleheri, Echinodorus Tenellus(Pygmy Chain Sword), Hygrophila Polysperma(Red), Ludwigia Repens(Red),Microsorium Pteropus(Java Fern), Anubias Barteri, Anubias Nana
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: BIGGER is ALWAYS better!!!
About Yourself: Just love 'em fishies

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