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Hey everybody!
Here are my tanks

Tank: 80cm×35cm×40cm = 112 liters (31.5 inches ,29.6 gallons),
Light: Jebo 2×YZ-20W,
Filter: TetraTec 700,
Substrate: gravel 3-5 mm with thickness 4-8cm, Tetra Initial Sticks,
Fertilization: Tetra PlantaMin,
Plants: Echinodorus tenellus, Anubias barteri var. nana, Nomaphila stricta.
Inhabitans (fishs/shrimps/snails): Rasbora heteromorpha, Neocaridina denticulata (Red Cherry), Planorbis corneus (ramshorn), Melanoides
Age: one year.


Tank: 120cm×40cm×50cm = 240 liters (47.2 inches ,63.4 gallons),
Light: 2×PowerGlo-30W, 2×Bio-Lux-30W,
Filter: TetraTec 1200,
Substrate: gravel 3-5 mm with thickness 2-6cm, Tetra Initial Sticks,
Fertilization: Tetra PlantaMin,
Plants: Bolbitis Heudelotti,Cryptocoryne wendtii, Nomaphila stricta,
Inhabitans (fishs/shrimps/snails): Paracheirodon innesi, Caridina japonica (Yamato Shrimp), Neocaridina denticulata (Red Cherry), Planorbis corneus (ramshorn), Melanoides,
Age: two years.



from Western Ural with Love :)
 

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i would suggest some thinner leaved plants in your 29.6 gallon to make the tank look bigger and creating more depth. very nice tanks though
 

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Thanks to every one, would be also very pleased for any suggestions to improve design. I'm also great fan of Kongo fern, and have an idea to set up tree built of roots and Bolbytis. However it will probably takes a lot of time to match the design.
 

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Hi, very good looking tanks, great inspiration.

This might be odd as a first post :) .. I noticed your using tetra plantamin fertilizer. I got hold of a cheap bottle of it but I can't figure out what it contains and not really how to dose it, if you're using it in the 60 l tank, how much do you dose and how often?
 

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photo session the first try

Screens, fan, backgrounds, Canon EOS 50D and the main ingredient professional photographer Anatoliy Poludnitsin (Thank you indeed).

Light was not appropriate



Tetra Miranda are very shy things.



sorry for dirty glasses

 
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