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20 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 20 Gallon Tank

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State: Delaware
Country: United States
Description: 20 Gallon Tank RENA Filstar XP 1 Canister Filter AH Supply Lighting - 55watt Pressurized CO2 w/ glass bell diffuser.
Advice: Keep at it and remember that you will always be learning!
Fish Kept: 1 Zig Zag Eel, 2 Adult Killifish ~ 2 Killi Fry, 4 Ottos, Many Snails ~Apple, Pond, MTS, Ramshorn
Corals/Plants: Anubias barteri var. nana "Anubis Nana", Anubis(unknown), Crypt(unknown), Vesicularia dubyana "Java Moss", Heteranthera zosterifolia "Stargrass", Nymphaea lotus "Tiger Lotus", Microsorum pteropus "Java Fern", Limnophila aquatica, Vallisneria spiralis "Leopard", Hydrocotyle leucocephala "Pennywort", Hygrophila polysperma ``Sunset''
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: "There are always a million reasons not to."
About Yourself: I am a student and I got into fish keeping because I wanted a distraction from all my classes and I found it to be an extremely peaceful hobby!

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