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34 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Newly scaped planted tank. 134litres/34gal

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Country: Australia
Description: Size: 2.6ft Lighting: 4x 3ft T5HO Filtration: Aqua One Canister Substrate: Propagating sand/fluorite/cat litter mix capped with coarse river sand Hardscape: Driftwood & Lava rock
Advice: What works for someone may not neccessarily work for you
Fish Kept: Fancy goldfish Shell Dwelling cichlids Tetras RTBS Shrimp Bristlenose Loaches Gourami BGK Angels Cories etc
Corals/Plants: Peacock moss Anubias Java fern HM etc
Tank Size: 34 gallons
About Yourself: I'm a 46 yrs female, and have been fishkeeping for 25yrs or so I currently have running 1x6ft, 2x 5ft, 1x 4ft, 1x 3.5ft, 1x 3ft, 3x 2.5ft, 1x 2ft and various nano tanks. Plenty of other empties around though *L* Currently gettingstuff together for a 2.5ft saltwater tank

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The branches are Goldvine, I bought them from a LFS fish avatar

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