Photo #1 - I Just Added Some More. My "paris" 10 G...

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Photo Caption: I just added some more. My "Paris" 10 gallon tank now includes: Eiffel tower, L'arc de Triomphe decorations, and hiding, glow in the dark rock. The plants are Amazon Swords, Anubias Afzelii, and Bacopa. They are planted in a flora max substrate covered with sand. I have background of Paris-themed pictures and "I love Paris" found on Google. I did not draw it nor take credit for it. There are 2 10 watt flourescents in the hood. There is a tetra whisper 10i filter and then just a regular ol' heater. No fish yet but will eventually!
fish tank picture - I just added some more. My "Paris" 10 gallon tank now includes: Eiffel tower, L'arc de Triomphe decorations, and hiding, glow in the dark rock. The plants are Amazon Swords, Anubias Afzelii, and Bacopa. They are planted in a flora max substrate covered with sand. I have background of Paris-themed pictures and "I love Paris" found on Google. I did not draw it nor take credit for it. There are 2 10 watt flourescents in the hood. There is a tetra whisper 10i filter and then just a regular ol' heater. No fish yet but will eventually!
fish tank picture - I need ideas on placement and what other plants to add! Help?! It currently has 2 amazon sword plants and no fish.

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State: Colorado
Country: United States
Description: Right now it just has 2 live amazon swords. I will be adding guppies and probably some otocincluses. I need ideas on other plants to add and how to make it look cool.
Advice: Have fun
Corals/Plants: Amazon Sword
Tank Size: 10 gallons

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