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Country: Germany
Description: Lighting 4X24w t5 Fluval 204 + skimmer Co2 + flipper the raised site is lava and on it grows pogostemon helferi, Hemianthus callitrichoides and Riccia fluitans.
Advice: good light, nice plants and know how
Fish Kept: 16x Paracheirodon axelrodi 1m/1w Apistogramma cacatuoides 5 Corydoras paleatus 3 Macrobrachium lanchestri 8 Red Cherrys
Corals/Plants: Reefsite Hemianthus callitrichoides "Cuba" Pogostemon helferi Teichlebermoos (Riccia fluitans) Moosfladen ------------------------------------------------------------------------ Nature site Javafarn (Microsorum pteropus) Javafarn "Windelov" Eleocharis acicularis Javamoos (Vesicularia dubyana) Pellia (monosoleum tenerum) Echinodorus Tenellus Valisneria dubyana
Tank Size: 25 gallons
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About Yourself: 23 years old

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yea nice look ,gd work fish avatar
love it! looks so natural and lush. you get a 10 from me. beautiful. i would stare at that all day long fish avatar
Wow this is incredicbly beautiful. I love all the layering and depth. Magnificent! fish avatar
nice tänk, gefällt... ;-) was aber is dies viereckige Teile an der Rückwand..? Gruß, koba fish avatar

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