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Photo Caption: Office Aquascape
58 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Office Aquascape

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State: Minnesota
Country: United States
Description: Heavily planted, CO2 injected, with a little over two watts per gallon of 6700K light. Water is changed weekly, fertilizer is Tropica Aqua Care. Substrate is #20 Red Flint Gravel with laterite balls.
Advice: Check for good information on how to with planted aquariums.
Fish Kept: Marbled Hatchets, Green Fire Tetras, three lined Pencil Fish. Siamese Algae Eater. Dwarf Bristlenose Catfish.
Corals/Plants: Macrandra, Wallichi, Rotala Indica, Anubias Barteri, Christmass moss,Bacopa Carolina, Micranthemum Micranthemoides, and more.
Tank Size: 58 gallons
Quote: Live and Let Live
About Yourself: Owner of Aquatic Plant Nursery

COMMENTS

Absolutely wonderfully rich flora. This looks like some serious aquaculture and wonderfully clean. I'm envious. fish avatar
Yes, if I were a fish, this is where I would want to live! It is breathtakingly beautiful and shows your professional touch to aquascaping. This is a ten! fish avatar
Beautiful tank!!..The colors are amazing and it looks like a great environment for the fish..Good job.... fish avatar

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