10g Half-moon nano - The Planted Tank Forum
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10g Half-moon nano

Well, I began my aquarium hobby with a 120g saltwater reef tank (still set up). I figured that I would not try my hand with a planted tank. I bought a 10g Tetra Half-Moon w/24w of LED lighting on the cheap. Finished cycling the tank and just now started stocking it.

Being new to planted tanks, I don't quite know what all the plants in the tank are named. I do know that they are low light requirement type plants (what the LFS told me).

As far as fish go, I have 6 Harlequin Rasbora's in the tank. Not sure if I'll put anything else in there. They are a nifty looking fish!

I made a DIY CO2 reactor our of a 20oz soda bottle. Seems to work pretty good with nice output of CO2 bubbles.

Substrate is a flourite sand. pH is stable at about 6.8.

Anyhoot, here are some photo's. If anyone can ID the plants for me that would be great. Not sure if I want to add some small river pebbles in there or not. Any advice would be most welcome!

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