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Country: Romania
Description: My 460l planted tank. Lighting, 3x150w HQI 6000k, filtration, 2x1200l/h Jebo 809, fertilization Dennerle line. Ph 6.50 with CO2 controller, heating cables with temp controller all by Dennerle. Temperature 26 deg Celsius mantained with a Jebo chiller.I use daily fertilization method and I choose to put myself macro nutrients.
Fish Kept: 4 SAE and 200-300 Red Cherry schrimps.
Corals/Plants: Heteranthera zosterifolia, Microsorum pteropus, Microsorum pteropus windelov, Cardamine lyrata, Echinodorus vesuvius, Echinodorus Angustifolius, Lilaeopsis novaezelandiae, Cryptocoryne balansae, wendtii brown, beckettii, Blyxa japonica, Blyxa auberti, Limnophila aromatica, Eusteralis stellata, Aponogeton ulvaceus, Aponogeton undulatus, Aponogeton rigidifolius, Valisneria nana.
Tank Size: 120 gallons
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I like it!!! Great work!!! fish avatar
Beautiful tank...I gave it a 10. Very very well done. fish avatar
Congratulations!!!You have beautiful tanks and really outstanding plant setting..Is it hard to clean your aquariums??... fish avatar
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