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48 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - main

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Fluval Rio 180, 2 T5 light bulbs and 1 T8 bulb. Fluval FX5 external filter and a Fluval 4 plus internal filter. 2 250watt heaters and an air stone. 6 Pieces of bogwood. Java fern growning on one of the pieces of wood.
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Fish Kept: 1 Blue diamond discus, 1 Blue turquoise discus, 1 Yellow Crystal discus, 1 Blue cobalt discus, 1 pigeon blood discus, 1 Red dragon discus, 1 Red ring leopard, 1 pigeon snakeskin discus, 1 brown/green snakeskin and a red melon discus. 1 bristlenose plec and 1 normal plec, 1 yo yo loach, 1 supersinatra, 1 siamese algae eater, 1 flying fox and 1 black ghost knife fish.
Corals/Plants: Amazon sword, Amazon grass, Java fern, Red Tiger lilly.
Tank Size: 48 gallons
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COMMENTS

Very nice tank. It proves that over filtration works. fish avatar
Love discus, love this tank! fish avatar

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