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Country: Singapore
Description: Tank Size: 36" x 18 " x 18"= 50 g. Filter Scheme: Sump (White Filter Media / Bio-ring / Black&Green Mesh). Soil: Nisso + Lapis Sand + White Pebbles. Temp: 25-26 c by chiller. In-Tank: Blog, Drift Wood, Red and Black Lava Rock. Co2: Tank Solonoid+ valve -- 3 BPS w/timer. Light: 55 PLL x 2 -- 10 hrs Daily w/timer. Fertilization Scheme: NS PMDD ("Not So" Poor Man Dosing Dropa). Ca(NO3)2. K2(SO4). Mg(SO4). Ca(SO4). APN Trace. DTPA Fe 11%.
Advice: Patient with common sense. Talk to your plant. They will tell you what they need.
Fish Kept: Dwaft Red Platty, Harlequin Rasbora, Endlers- Peacock, Snakeskin, Mixed Breed, RummyNose, Lamp-Eye Tetra, Sakura Nomal, Super-Red, Yamato Shrimp,
Corals/Plants: Blyxa japonica, Echinodorus ozelot, Echinodorus vesuvius, Glossostigma elatinoides, Hygrophyla difformis, Hygrophila polysperma 'Rosanervig', Rotala macrandra, Alternanthera ReineckiiI , Staurogyne sp.Tropica, Myriophyllum tuberculatum, Cardamine lyrata, Cladophora.Aegagropila (Moss Ball), Lace Microsorumpteropus ,(Windelov/Java.Fern), Myriophyllum tuberculatum, Nymphaea lotus Zenkeri (Tiger Lotus), Nymphaea lotus sp Green(Tiger Lotus), Vesicularia montagne (Christmass moss), Spiky Moss, Flame Moss, Others.
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Quote: When Fish Die, Say a prayer & flush it it down the drain.
About Yourself: Previous hobby: Gardening Previous hobby: Fish Keeping. Current hobby: Merging both together.

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