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Photo Caption: 150L Fresh water planted community
45 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 150L Fresh water planted community

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Country: Australia
Description: 150L - Ph 7.2 - 26°C Aqua One Aquis 700 canister filter and Aqua One 103f-maxi with pea gravel. Fertilised with With Flourish Excel, Flourish trace tabs and API Leaf Zone. DIY Lighting - 3 x Philips 20W Tornado energy saver with DIY reflectors running 11hours per day. No CO2.
Advice: Start small and simple. DO NOT BUY EXPENSIVE FISH AS YOUR FIRST. Gather as much knowledge as you can from others with experience. Be patient and try to enjoy the learning curve your on.
Fish Kept: Blue dwarf or three spot Gourami, Rainbow shark, BN catfish, Longfin BN catfish, 5 rosey tetras, 5 Serpae tetras, 4 Rosey barbs, 4 Guppies, 2 Siamese algae eaters, Chinese algae eater.
Corals/Plants: Amazon Swords, Vallisneria, wisteria, banana lily, chain swords, crested java fern, lace fern, pink hygrophila, blue stricta.
Tank Size: 45 gallons
About Yourself: Fish keeper for about 4 years now, got into it after getting a 2 foot tank from a friend and havent stopped since.

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