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42 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Secret Shore / 6 gl Planted Nano Substrate: Commercial + White River Sand Light: 11 x 2 PLL CO2: DYI (Yeast + Sugar) Filtration: Internal
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Photo Caption: Secret Shore / 6 gl Planted Nano Substrate: Commercial + White River Sand Light: 11 x 2 PLL CO2: DYI (Yeast + Sugar) Filtration: Internal
42 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Secret Shore / 6 gl Planted Nano Substrate: Commercial + White River Sand Light: 11 x 2 PLL CO2: DYI (Yeast + Sugar) Filtration: Internal

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Country: India
Description: Multiple tanks and open air tubs with freshwater plants and fishes
Advice: Internet is the best resource. Learn from others' experiences. Share your experiences.
Fish Kept: Mainly Loaches and live bearers
Corals/Plants: Freshwater plants
Tank Size: 42 gallons
Quote: I do not keep artificial plants, because they do'nt grow!
About Yourself: A Digital Artist by profession, I take my Planted Nature Aquariums and aquascapes, quite seriously and enjoy working on visual compositions with living splashes of colors, carves and contours.

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what substrate are you using? great tank by the way!!! fish avatar

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