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60 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My growing jungle

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 60 Gallon tank with 2 EHEIM Canister filters 2226 (Biological) and 2215 (Mechanical) T5 Lunar Dual Coralife Fixture, Phosban Phosphate Reactor with a submersable Rio Plus 1400 Aqua Pump - 420 GPH.
Advice: When starting the planted aquarium hobby, was tough for me because i did not know the exact things that went into a tank but little by little, reading and reaserching i became familiar with all the specs and equipment necessary for a well balanced aquarium. There is always room for improvement so stick with it.
Fish Kept: 2 Electric Yellow Cichlids, 1 Lifalili Jewel Cichlid, 2 blue and black stripped California Cichlids, 2 orange Dwarf Gourami, 2 Bala Sharks, 1 Pelco, 1 upside down catfish.
Corals/Plants: Java Fern, Amazon Swords, Anubias, Ludwigia Repens
Tank Size: 60 gallons

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