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29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my planted tank with African Dwarf Frogs and Angelfish. Theres only one angelfish in there but I plan to add 3 more here soon. I used Flourite (made by Seachem) for the substrate and rocks I found down at the creek. Make sure that if you use rocks from a creek or stream that you clean them real good as not to get parasites in your tank. What I did was I scrubbed each rock thoroughly with a scrub brush. Then I soaked them in bleach water for 24 hours. I rinsed and re-scrubbed them with the scrub brush. Then I soaked them in freshwater for 24 hours. Then I rinsed and scrubbed them one last time before adding them to my tank. It was a hefty job and time consuming but they look great in my tank.
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Photo Caption: This is my planted tank with African Dwarf Frogs and Angelfish. Theres only one angelfish in there but I plan to add 3 more here soon. I used Flourite (made by Seachem) for the substrate and rocks I found down at the creek. Make sure that if you use rocks from a creek or stream that you clean them real good as not to get parasites in your tank. What I did was I scrubbed each rock thoroughly with a scrub brush. Then I soaked them in bleach water for 24 hours. I rinsed and re-scrubbed them with the scrub brush. Then I soaked them in freshwater for 24 hours. Then I rinsed and scrubbed them one last time before adding them to my tank. It was a hefty job and time consuming but they look great in my tank.
29 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - This is my planted tank with African Dwarf Frogs and Angelfish. Theres only one angelfish in there but I plan to add 3 more here soon. I used Flourite (made by Seachem) for the substrate and rocks I found down at the creek. Make sure that if you use rocks from a creek or stream that you clean them real good as not to get parasites in your tank. What I did was I scrubbed each rock thoroughly with a scrub brush. Then I soaked them in bleach water for 24 hours. I rinsed and re-scrubbed them with the scrub brush. Then I soaked them in freshwater for 24 hours. Then I rinsed and scrubbed them one last time before adding them to my tank. It was a hefty job and time consuming but they look great in my tank.

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State: Texas
Country: United States
Description: I have a 29 gallon planted tank with Flourite substrate (made by seachem). I have a Bio-Wheel filtration system. I wish I could keep a larger tank but I don't have room for one.
Advice: Have patience and educate yourself.
Fish Kept: Tropical community, African Cichlids, South American Cichlids, Semi-Aggressive, Frogs, Angelfish.
Corals/Plants: Cobomba, Hornwort, Mondo Grass, Anacharis.
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: "To thine own self be true" - William Shakespeare.
About Yourself: Just an aquarium enthusiast/hobbyist.

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