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Country: United Kingdom
Description: My tanks a 30 gallon freshwater tank with lots of plants and stuff i am looking to upgrade my lights its got a 9 led moonlight for night time. My tanks thriving with fish and plants just looking to ad a couple more fish a clown loach and a couple of others.
Advice: Do plenty of research and learn from your mistakes and get out there and give it a go.
Fish Kept: 2 Bala Sharks, 15 Neon Tetras, 2 Female guppies which just had 10 babies, 2 Male guppies, 2 Black Neons, 4 Platys, Clown Loach, 2 Black Mollies, A loach dont know the name and a few others.
Corals/Plants: Lobelia Cardinalis, Hygrophila Siamensis, Lysimachia Numm Vert, Bacopa Caroliniana, Echinodorus Bieheri, Echinodorus Grandifolius, Hygophila Polysmerma, Alternanthera sessilis and just put in some short hair grass.
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: Yibbedy Yibbedy time folks lol.
About Yourself: I got into aquariums about 8 years ago and had 2 tanks for about 12 months and just gave it up but recenty about 5 months ago i got give a 30 gallon tank and got really into it.

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