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63 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My biggest tank

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Country: Poland
Description: Three continents, variety of fish, Vallisneria rules! 120cm/40cm/50cm; JBL 1200 canister filter; 2x30W light; no heater (26 degrees centigrade)
Advice: First read and learn, then buy.
Fish Kept: Variety in the big 240litres tank: Pterophyllum scalare, Rasbora vulcanus, Congo tetra, Botia macracantha.
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria, anubias, microsorium, cryptocoryne
Tank Size: 63 gallons
Quote: "If music is not for cammunicating emotions, what the f**k is it for?" Nigel Kennedy
About Yourself: More tanks required! Apart from this I have got 160litres Tanganyika tank with Neolamprologus brevis colony, small 17litres cryptokoryne wendtii planted tank with Iriatherina werneri and a 10litres black water betta tank, which I plan to change for a little bigger glass. I would like to have many more, like Malawi tank and some marine tank when I retire ;)

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I love the vals going accross the back of the tank. Very nice! fish avatar

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