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30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 90L Aqua One AR620 Home to: A Brown Bristlenose Pair, Kribensis Pair, 6x Neon Tetras, 6x Platties, 8x Guppies
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Photo Caption: 90L Aqua One AR620 Home to: A Brown Bristlenose Pair, Kribensis Pair, 6x Neon Tetras, 6x Platties, 8x Guppies
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 90L Aqua One AR620 Home to: A Brown Bristlenose Pair, Kribensis Pair, 6x Neon Tetras, 6x Platties, 8x Guppies

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Country: New Zealand
Description: Aqua one 620 - 620W x 390D x 520H mm Standard lighting and filtration as comes new.
Advice: Patience is worthwhile.
Fish Kept: Platties, Guppies, a Kribensis pair, a Breeding Bristlenose Pair, 6 Neon Tetras
Corals/Plants: A range - all plants are real though, although were not named when I brought them, and some are out of our stream.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: Good things take time
About Yourself: I am still a Student, but I was given a 10 gallon tank for Christmas when I was about 8, I have since enjoyed keeping fish. About 6 months ago I brought the bigger 90 litre tank.

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