Photo #2 - Front View - Tiger Barb X7 Otocinclus X3 Cory X...

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50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - front view

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Country: Poland
Description: 100x40x50cm, pressurised CO2 , 3x39Watt JBL COLOR,NATUR,TROPIC. Filtration: JBL CristalProfi Greenline e1500 external + Fluval U4 internal.
Fish Kept: Tiger Barb x7 Otocinclus x3 Cory x2 Angelfish x4 Cardinal Tetra x12 Columbian Tetra x5 Rummy Nose Tetra x12 Algee eater x3
Corals/Plants: Micranthenum Umbrosum,Bacopa Crenata, Alternatthera sessilis-rubra,Cardamine lyrata, Microsorium pteropus, Pistia stratiotes, Althernanthera Rosaefolia, Cladophora aegrophila, Elecharis parvula, Anubias barteri nana,Heteranthera zosterifolia, Hygrophila corymbosa, Cabomba aquatica, Ludwigia repens,Echinodorus tenellus,Rotala green, Vallisneria, spiralis, Hydrocotyle, Cryptocoryne balansae, Jawa moss, Echinodorus cordifolius
Tank Size: 50 gallons

COMMENTS

Oh, and I vote for the plant species on the right. Its bright green really draws the eye a lot better than the darker, less densely growing green of the plant on the left of the white spot. fish avatar
Oh, and I vote for the species on the right. It's denser and more green and resembles a lawn. I like it. fish avatar
I think it would look better if the two groundcover plants on the left and right of the white patch were the same species. That would add a touch of symmetry to the tank. fish avatar

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