Here is a tank that I am planning(6 months to a year to save up the money for it), hoping to do something that looks less like a jungle and more like a covered river bank with a mossy fuzzy kind of look with some of the driftwood reaching almost up to the surface in areas. please let me know what you think and if you have any suggestions such as more/less light or no Co2
75 or 80 gallon tank (4 feet long, 18 inches front to back, 20 tall)
4 * 55 watt Pc's or 2 * 96 watt Pc's or 4 * 40 watt NO's depending on cost and needed amount of light
sand + laterite substrate
Plants: Amazon swords, dwarf chain swords, lots of driftwood with java moss, java ferns and anubias along with stem plants like hygrophila, ludwiga and other small stem plants.
Current fish that will be moved from my 25 to this tank:
1 Angel, 1 Peruvian pufferfish, 2 neon tetras, 3 glowlite tetras, 3 Black tetras, 1 oto, 1 rainbow shark, 1 zebra danio, 1 female betta(this is the collection i have accumulated as fish have died and others have been added)
Fish to be added: 3 Gouramis or Rams, 6 each of Neon and Glowlite tetras, Rummynose tetras(possible), several more Otos and at least 6 lutea cories.
I don't want this to be a very high maintence tank nor a low maintence either. Just something nice to look at that allows me to get my green thumb wet every 2 weeks or so.
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90 Gallon Low light/Easy Maintenance