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Photo Caption: My 30 gallon. 91 watts of compact flourescent. DIY CO2. HOB filter. natural gravel and fluorite. lots of plants. hope you like it.
30 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My 30 gallon. 91 watts of compact flourescent. DIY CO2. HOB filter. natural gravel and fluorite. lots of plants. hope you like it.

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State: Oregon
Country: United States
Description: FILTRATION : aquaclear power filter LIGHTING : one 55 watt 9500k compact fluorescent and one 36 watt 5500k Compact fluorescent. SUBSTRATE : flourite and natural gravel DYS: CO2
Advice: keep reading, keep sharing, keep trying..
Fish Kept: tetras, gouramis, botias, guppies, danios, shrimp,
Corals/Plants: java fern, amazon sword, lotus, aponogetum crispus, marsilea quadrifolia, java moss, cryptocoryne wendtii, echinodorous tennellus, bolbotis fern, etc
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: what day is it?

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super! try putting something to the back of it, so it will look more natural. few bigger fishes will help for as well. fish avatar

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