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Submitted By: Russ on
Photo Caption: Abandoned cabin by the river, added hairgrass to give 'unkept yard' look, moved amazon to ground level, and put the 'moss ball family' atop the cave.
55 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Abandoned cabin by the river, added hairgrass to give 'unkept yard' look, moved amazon to ground level, and put the 'moss ball family' atop the cave.

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: 55 Gallon 'walmart' kit, light hoods modified to use reflectors, bulbs, and ballast to give 110w of light. After a serious battle with algae the folks set me straight. A 72 hour blackout killed off the algae and proper dosing of Excel and Comprehensive since then has kept the algae gone!
Advice: Look before you leap. We started off with two goldfish in a gallon tank, ended up here, learning on the fly is NOT the way to get into fish!
Fish Kept: 9x Neon Tetras, 3x Glofish, 3x Zebra Danios, 8x Fancy Guppies, 2x Otto Cats, 2x SAEs ?x Cherry Shrimp
Corals/Plants: Italian Val, Red Wendtti, Chain Sword, Watersprite, Moss Balls, Dwarf Hairgrass
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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nice tank, congragulations! fish avatar

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