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Hi! I'm new to this forum stuff so I'm not too sure how this stuff works but I have a 10 gallon planted tank that has been cycling for about 2 months with nothing but some live plants, everything has been stable but here are my most recent water conditions:
Temperature-78 (fahrenheit)
Nitrite- <.03ppm
KH- 4 degrees
GH-less than 1

Everything seems good to me besides the phosphorus, i tested twice because it seemed unusually high...If anyone has advice on what I can do about that that'd be great :)

Anyways, I think it may be time to add some fish soon, I love bettas in planted tanks because of their contrast against the greenery but I want to have other fish in the tank too. I've read online about cories, tetras, and african dwarf frogs being good tankmates for bettas but I'm not sure about the number of these guys i could fit in a 10 gallon. Its heavily planted so theres plenty of room to hide, I have a filter and strong lightening and I'm open to doing weekly water changes (I also have a full testing kit to monitor water quality).

I'm open to any ideas or suggestions, any advice would be greatly appreciated :D
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