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Photo Caption: Planted 72 bowfront (overflow) with rock and driftwood
72 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted 72 bowfront (overflow) with rock and driftwood

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: Planted 72 bowfront (overflow) w/ rock and driftwood. 260W lighting. CO2 injected. Eco-complete.
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Fish Kept: Rainbows, Black Tetras
Corals/Plants: Telanthera sp, Ludwigia, Pennywort, Moneywort, Rotala indica, crypts, red sword, val, dwarf lilly, moss ball, bacopa, cabomba
Tank Size: 72 gallons
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Just beautiful :) fish avatar
Am I right, that you say, that you use an overflow filter. Just want to know,- don't that cause alot of o2 in the water, and ferlitisation to oxidise. Because, I'm interisted in getting a big tank, with overflow system, but am scared of loosing co2 in the process fish avatar
love them red plants you have; the penny/money worth has taken over the focal pt of the tank i think; try make room 4 that plant between bacopa and pennywort in the back; healthy lookin tank 4 sure fish avatar

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