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Mr Aqua 12G CRS Tank

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Aquarium: Mr Aqua 12g (90cm x 24cm x 21cm) 45l
Filteration: Eheim 2213 Canister
Lighting: BeamsWork 90cm (10,000K)
Heating: Aqua One Glass Heater (22c)
Substrate: Fluval Shrimp Stratum
Flora: Anubias nana, Anubias paco, Anubias coffeefolia, Java Moss
Fauna: Crystal Red Shrimp
Hardscape: Malaysian Driftwood
Food: Boss Aquaria Shrimp Crack, Benebachi Kale Tablets, Aqua One Vege Wafers
Extras: Boss Aquaria Mineral Powder
Future Plans: Intend to test different foods like Indian Almond Leaves & Mulberry Leaves

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NoGi

That's looks great

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Pierre Schoonraad

Stunning looking tank you have there

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GotCrabs

15 CRS sent off today, should have them Thurs, looking forward to it.

14 hours ago, Pierre Schoonraad said:

Stunning looking tank you have there

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Thank you mate.

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GotCrabs

Received 15 Crystal Red Shrimp this morning, all in excellent condition and have taken no time at all to colour up, now for them to get settled in and create a nice colony of their own for me to enjoy.

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neo-2FX

Looking good @GotCrabs! Can't wait to see some photos once they've settled in well! ?

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rakka

Looks amazing ?

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Quakeszn

Very neat tank

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