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Photo Caption: 30l tank with acorus gramineus, alternanthera reineckii, aponogeton crispus, cardamine lyrata, cryptocoryne fusca, hygrophila corymbosa, microsorum pteropus and riccia
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 30l tank with acorus gramineus, alternanthera reineckii, aponogeton crispus, cardamine lyrata, cryptocoryne fusca, hygrophila corymbosa, microsorum pteropus and riccia

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 4 ft - 50cm- 50cm made by marine arcadia lighting unit eheim 2128 thermo filter tetra 400 air pump
Advice: research
Fish Kept: 3 discus 1 royal plec 2 bosmani rainbows 1 porthole accara 4 splash tetras 6 neons 2 emperor tetras 2 black neons 2 killifish 4 mountian clound minnows
Corals/Plants: echnodorus brevipedicellatus , echinodorus palaefolius, ludwigia arcuata [green and red ], vallisnaria spirals, ricca fluitans, a type of large java fern, red tiger lotus, tropical lillys, and a few other plants and grasses
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: it works
About Yourself: i got given a smal tank and went on from their i work as a marine biologist

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