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Hello!

I am currently working on fluval spec tanks, here is one of them! =) enjoy!


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Fluval spec 5, 19L Low Tech

Substrate:Black brown soil
Rock:AQUARIUM BLACK LAVA POROUS DRAGON STONE
Plants:Xmas mosse, Anubias, Cryptocoryne
Light system:Chihiros A-Series

Fertilizers:Seachem excel, Tropica plant grow

Faunia:Tetra cardinals, Tetra ruby, Otocinclus, Amano shrimps.

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Hello!

I am currently working on fluval spec tanks, here is one of them! =) enjoy!


Tank #1

work in progress...

Fluval spec 5, 19L Low Tech

Substrate:Black brown soil
Rock:AQUARIUM BLACK LAVA POROUS DRAGON STONE
Plants:Xmas mosse, Anubias, Cryptocoryne
Light system:Chihiros A-Series

Fertilizers:Seachem excel, Tropica plant grow

Faunia:Tetra cardinals, Tetra ruby, Otocinclus, Amano shrimps.

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Looks great! You have managed to add some depth to this long tank which is great!
I have this tank too, and I sometimes find it looks best when peered in from the side with all the added depth.

You've changed the light. Do you have a preference for this over the stock?
 

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Thanks!

I really love the fluval specs i have 4 of them. The stock light work enough, but it take really long time for the plants to grow and some plants ended up dying. After changing the light the plant grow really improved. I think for the tank if you want better result, changing the light is a most, also for the colors, to catch the eyes better!
 
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