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55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 55 gallon tank with pressurized CO2

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: T-12 Aquasun Bulbs Standard 55 gallon long HOT magnum filter 5lb pressurized CO2 w/ ceramic diffuser
Advice: Lighting, CO2, and fertz are key
Fish Kept: 30 neon tetras, 2 Kribensis (just had babies), Red tailed Shark, 8 Amano Shrimp, 2 Bamboo Shrimp, Clown Pleco, Rubber Lip Pleco, Peppered Corydoras, Banjo Cat, 4 Pygmy Gouramis, Gold Wonder Killie, German Blue Ram, 4 Otocinclus, 6 nerite snails, and one freshwater clam
Corals/Plants: Cambombas, Rotala, wisteria, anubias, and much much more
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Why cant they sell the driftwood presoaked?
About Yourself: I've evolved from firebelly newts to turtles to fish. I love aquascpaing and much rather buy a new plant than a new fish. I love DRIFTWOOD!

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