Photo #1 - Eclectic And Wild. Photo Taken February 19, 2006

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Photo Caption: Eclectic and wild. Photo taken February 19, 2006
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Eclectic and wild. Photo taken February 19, 2006

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Country: Canada
Description: I am currently running 2 coral life T5 6700K Freshwater lights, a XP1 filter through a sponge filter intake and a DIY CO2 diffuser
Advice: I am realatively new myself but good substrate and proper full spectrum/plant lighting does wonders.
Fish Kept: Poecilia Reticulata-endler's, nannostomus beckfordi, Iriatherina werneri, Pseudomugilis furcata, Chela dadiburjori, Beaufortia kweichowensis, Acanthophthalmus kuhlii, otoclincus, Corydoras pygmaeus
Corals/Plants: Hygrophilia polysperma - Sunset, Hygrophila angustifolia coryambosa?, Hygrophila diformis, Rotalia rotundifolia, Bacopa sp., Nymphaea, Saggitaria subulata, Echinodorus tenellus, Echinodorus "ozelot", Echinodorus sp, Egeria densa, Eleocharis acicularis, Hydrocotyle leucocephala, Jucus repens,Vallisneria americana (gigantea), Vallisneria spiralis ''Tiger''.....
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: correlation does not nessisarily equal causation

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