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Ready for aquascaping

Hello everyone.
I got my driftwood to sink enough that it can be held down with river stones. In the next couple of days, it should stay down on its own. As soon as it does, I can bury the bubble lines and aquascape/add plants. Once that is ready, in goes the fish

Aquaclear 20 filter
Satellite 13w LED+
50w heater
Coralsea substrate
Driftwood and river stones
2 adjustable bubble lines

Plants to add;
3 Lugwigia Natans "Super Red"
2 Java Fern
6 Echinodorus "Vesuvius"
2 Anubias Nana Petite
4 or 5 Banana Plants
Maybe a mat or two of java moss

2-3 Dwarf Puffers
Some trial Red Cherry Shrimp
If they get eaten, 2 Otos

Bump: Just FYI, I am in the process of ordering the plants. I will get the fish the following week. The fish and plants are not sitting around in the house somewhere waiting to go in. Haha
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