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90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 90L fluval roma planted tank. Im using an external fluval 205 filter. 200w heater. platys, gouramis, danios, pentazonia barbs, cardinal tetra, 1 common plec, 1 clown loach, guppys, 4 phantom tetra.
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Photo Caption: 90L fluval roma planted tank. Im using an external fluval 205 filter. 200w heater. platys, gouramis, danios, pentazonia barbs, cardinal tetra, 1 common plec, 1 clown loach, guppys, 4 phantom tetra.
90 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 90L fluval roma planted tank. Im using an external fluval 205 filter. 200w heater. platys, gouramis, danios, pentazonia barbs, cardinal tetra, 1 common plec, 1 clown loach, guppys, 4 phantom tetra.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 90L fluval roma.
Advice: Start with just a basic setup and take it slow making sure your tank is cycled.
Fish Kept: platys, gouramis, danios, pentazonia barbs, cardinal tetra, 1 common plec, 1 clown loach, guppys, 4 phantom tetra.
Corals/Plants: Variety of different plants. Ive got 7 types in there.
Tank Size: 90 gallons

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