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This is my first post about this aquarium. I've had it up and running for approximately three months(+/-). So far so good! Following the tank specs I've posted some pics. Let me know what you think!

135 Gallons

(2) MarineLand C360 Canisters (bio)
(1) Fluval 406 Canister (mech/co2)

Pressurized CO2 @ approx. 1-2 bubbles per second

(2) 36" Coralife dual T5 HO (colormax/6500k)
(1) 48" Coralife dual T5 HO (colormax/6500k)
(2) 24" Coralife dual T5 HO (18,000k x 2)
-set 2" above water surface and 20" (varies) above substrate.
10 hr photoperiod

100% Eco-Complete

Plant List:
Cyperus Helferi
Rotala Indica*
Rotala Rotundifolia*
Alternanthera Reineckii
Bacopa Monnieri
Staurogyne Repens
Lobelia Cardinalis
Crinium Calamistratum
Nymphaea Zenkeri
Ceratopteris Thalictroides
Hydrocotyle Leucocephala
Eleocharis Acicularis
Lilaeopsis Brasiliensis

(4) Neritina Natalensis - Zebra Nerite Snails
(?) Caridina Multidentata - Amano Shrimp
(2) Atyopsis Moluccensis - Bamboo Shrimp

(12) Paracheirodon Innesi- Neon Tetra
(5) Hemigrammus Rodwayi - Gold Tetra
(9) Poecilia Latipinna - Dalmatian Molly
(2) Botia Syncrossus - Botia Loach
(2) Chromobotia Macracanthus - Clown Loach
(4) Crossocheilus Oblongus - Siamese Algae Eaters
(1) L18 - Golden Nugget Plecostamus

*can anyone help me differentiate the rotala?

Apologies for the image quality as they were taken with a phone during the day


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Just a quick update! Pics taken 01/20/17



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That's better.


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Apologies! I must have been out of my mind when I posted the above picture. The DUCKWEED is growing like wildfire!
What's funny is, I read the post, looked at the picture but never really put them together until you gave it a away:redface: You are not alone:smile: Tanks is looking good!
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