Photo #2 - My First Planted Aquarium... Set Up For About 7 M...

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Photo Caption: my first planted aquarium... set up for about 7 months now. 10Hr's photo period, L.E.D moon lights. No C02 system. Internal filter pump filled with active carbon. Water is around 25-26 degrees celcius. Excel is used for plant carbon... no algae problems visible.
freshwater fish - betta splendens - betta - male stocking in 33 gallons tank - my betta fish in a 12 litre set up...internal filter filled with active carbon. heater is set at around 26 degrees celcius. gravel fake plants and some java moss.
33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - my first planted aquarium... set up for about 7 months now. 10Hr's photo period, L.E.D moon lights. No C02 system. Internal filter pump filled with active carbon. Water is around 25-26 degrees celcius. Excel is used for plant carbon... no algae problems visible.

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Country: Australia
Description: 36x17x14 inch
Advice: ?
Fish Kept: Fantail, black moore, guppy, platy, swordtail, corydora, tetra, harlequin rasbora, angelfish
Corals/Plants: unsure...
Tank Size: 33 gallons

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