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Photo Caption: 240L 120 x 40 x 50, Fluorescent lightning T8: 4 x 38W Filtration: Eheim 2236 600l/h & Juwel Compact 1000l/h, CO2 addition, fertilisation with PMDD or Profito twice a week, daily Easycarbo 5ml & 50-60% water change weekly
53 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 240L 120 x 40 x 50, Fluorescent lightning T8: 4 x 38W Filtration: Eheim 2236 600l/h & Juwel Compact 1000l/h, CO2 addition, fertilisation with PMDD or Profito twice a week, daily Easycarbo 5ml & 50-60% water change weekly

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Country: Finland
Description: 240L 120 x 40 x 50, Fluorescent lightning T8: 4 x 38W Filtration: Eheim 2236 600l/h & Juwel Compact 1000l/h, CO2 addition, fertilisation with PMDD or Profito twice a week, daily Easycarbo 5ml & 50-60% water change weekly
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Fish Kept: 9 x Corydoras sterbai 3 x Farlowella sp. 30 x Nannostomus beckfordi 2 x Peckoltia sp. L-134 1 x Rineloricaria (H.) sp. "red"
Corals/Plants: Anubias barteri var. nana, Bolbitis heudelotii, Ceratophyllum demersum, Cryptocoryne crispatula var. balansae, Cryptocoryne wendtii, Cryptocoryne wendtii -Mi Oya-, Echinodorus angustifolius, Echinodorus quadricostatus var. ''magdalenensis', Echinodorus tenellus, Lemna minor, Lilaeopsis brasiliensis, Limnobium laevigatum, Limnophilia aquatica, Mayaca Fluviatilis, Microsorium pteropus, Myriophyllum aquaticum, Nymphaea lotus "zenkeri", Pistia stratiotes, Riccia fluitans, Rotala rotundifolia & Vesicularia dubyana
Tank Size: 53 gallons
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Amazing! How do you get the plants to have a layered-like effect up the side of the tank like you do? fish avatar
very nice. i am curious how you can handle so many plants there. i would just suggest to add more wood-rocks to it so that is looks more natural. some big fishes would seal the perfection (discus, scalars). overall i love you love your fishtank :). fish avatar
simply gorgeous. well done. fish avatar
wow! i'm speechless! fish avatar
Beautiful from A to Z ! fish avatar

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