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Old 01-12-2020, 02:07 PM   #1
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Hey everyone! I am getting back into the swing of things in the hobby again after too many years away. Some things are new to me like LED lighting. I am in the process of setting up a 20L and using a 10g for quarantine use.

I am in the Houston, TX area.

I can’t wait to learn lots from all of you. ��
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Hello Mii...

Welcome back! Don't forget the most important aspect of the hobby. That's keeping the tank water extremely clean. A 20 gallon will need half the tank water removed and replaced every few days to ensure the health of your fish. Do this one thing religiously, and you'll have no tank problems.

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Hello Mii...

Welcome back! Don't forget the most important aspect of the hobby. That's keeping the tank water extremely clean. A 20 gallon will need half the tank water removed and replaced every few days to ensure the health of your fish. Do this one thing religiously, and you'll have no tank problems.

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Ok! 👍🏼 My plan is to start with lots of plants and driftwood. I want to really get that growing well before I add any fish. I am thinking a large school of some nano tank sized fish like ember tetras or a few platys. Then put some small corys or possibly shrimp at the bottom.
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