Its a 20 High tank, average Dimensions. A RENA Powerfilter 80gal/hr. 18 inch bubble bar. Submersable Heater ( Constant 78 degrees).
I can use advice better then I can give it, but that doesn't stop me from trying!
Angelfish, 6 Neon and 1 Glowlight tetra ( I know it sounds cruel, but its all that survived my initial learning and they school together well), 1 freshwater crab, 2 algea eaters...
1 Water lily, 1 amazon sword, 1 stemmed plant of unknown nomenclature!
I have been doing this for about 5 months now and I am getting better! I absolutely despise the pics I have here and they will be updated! The 20 high is less of an abomination than it was, and the 55 will be even better yet!
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