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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My tank :)

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Tank is 55 gallon. Very low light (.69wpg). Low tech ( no CO2, only gravel substrate). Flora include water sprite, aquatic banana plant, java fern, java moss, amazon swords, jungle val, dwarf lily, onion bulb, and anubian nana. I'm constantly adding and removing plants from the tank trying to fill out my aquascape. There is some mopani driftwood to the left with Java fern, java moss, and anubias on it. Wood decoration to right with java fern attached and a rock and bridge ornament with java moss attached.
Advice: Don't be afraid to try anything. It's much more fun to try and fail than sit there wishing and waiting.
Fish Kept: Angelfish, Bala Shark
Corals/Plants: Java fern, Java moss, anubias nana, water sprite, aquatic banana plant, amazon swords, jungle val, onion bulb, dwarf lily.
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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