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10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my planted 10 gallon aquarium. It has been up for about a year. 1x Dwarf Gourami 1x Fancy Guppy (Red Sunshine) 5x Neon Tetra 2x Otoclinus 1x Nerite Snail --- 3x Amazon Sword x~5 Red Ludwigia Needle Leaf 1x Micro Sword
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Photo Caption: This is my planted 10 gallon aquarium. It has been up for about a year. 1x Dwarf Gourami 1x Fancy Guppy (Red Sunshine) 5x Neon Tetra 2x Otoclinus 1x Nerite Snail --- 3x Amazon Sword x~5 Red Ludwigia Needle Leaf 1x Micro Sword
10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my planted 10 gallon aquarium. It has been up for about a year. 1x Dwarf Gourami 1x Fancy Guppy (Red Sunshine) 5x Neon Tetra 2x Otoclinus 1x Nerite Snail --- 3x Amazon Sword x~5 Red Ludwigia Needle Leaf 1x Micro Sword

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: My tank is a standard 10 gallon planted tank. I have an Aquaclear 20 filtration, running at 100gph. Lighting is a 24 Watt CFL for 2.4 wpg, and blue LED moonlighting. Water changes once a week, feeding every night.
Advice: Keep calm and carry on.
Corals/Plants: Amazon Sword, Ludwigia Needle Leaf, Micro Sword
Tank Size: 10 gallons

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has a nice feel to it. i like this ... fish avatar

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