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40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 38 gallon planted. only a 20watt superflux bulb. Driftwood, rocks, sand substrate. floating is a piece of driftwood with mass amounts of java moss growing on it.
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Submitted By: Kent Rundle on
Photo Caption: 38 gallon planted. only a 20watt superflux bulb. Driftwood, rocks, sand substrate. floating is a piece of driftwood with mass amounts of java moss growing on it.
40 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 38 gallon planted. only a 20watt superflux bulb. Driftwood, rocks, sand substrate. floating is a piece of driftwood with mass amounts of java moss growing on it.

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Country: Canada
Description: Tank is 36" by 18"" by 12" , I only have a 20 watt Superlux Bulb, hopefully upgrading soon so that i can really get into the plant stuff. Marineland bio wheel filter.
Advice: Research before you do anything
Fish Kept: 3 Red Bellied Piranha, 5 Exodon Paradoxus, 1 Plecko, Bunch of snails that came in on a plant.
Corals/Plants: Crypt, Swords, Hydrocotyl, Shrub, Mayaca, and Driftwood out of Algonquin Park.
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Quote: Gone fishin'
About Yourself: take your time

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