20 gallon planted aquarium with white sand

120 gallon Dutch Planted something or another - Aquarium Plants - Barr Report
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My first ever planted aquarium 20 Gallon tank.

I don't have a list of the plants at the moment.

- 6 Neon Tetra
- 4 Glow Tetra
- 4 Panda Cory Catfish
- 15+ assorted shrimp (Started with 7!)
- Apple/Pond snails

Started the tank in April 2017.

Let me know any feedback if you have any! Thanks!
20 Gallon planted aquarium~
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"My Little Lake" is inspired by nature and all natural amenities. This 20 Gallon Community Aquarium Tank - Shrimp, Exotic Fishes, Freshwater Fish & Live Plants includes ghost shrimp, tetras, guppies, the rare African Butterfly Fish, Glass Catfish, Cory's, and even 4 betta fish thriving peacefully together. Aquarium floor was done with sand and pebbles to give it a natural look and feel. All the plants you see are live and many hatched from buds. The plants floating on top of the water are called duckweed and multiply rapidly. If you have any questions just leave a comment. Don't forget to subscribe, I am always adding more! 20 gallon planted aquarium
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I’m doing something different this time. I set up a planted tank in a 20 gallon long glass aquarium. The tank is located in my (home) office, taking the place of a defunct printer. I have a low tolerance for extraneous noises and sounds, so this is a bit of a challenge. So far it’s worth it, as I get a great view of the tank every time I enter my office from getting coffee, lunch, etc. Plus it’s there to see if I just swivel my chair around; great stress reducer!This is an update where I talk about my 20 gallon long dirted planted aquarium. Check out my first video of this aquarium here:


Also check out my new 10 gallon shrimp tank time lapse here:


And lastly take a look at my blog site. I have loads of more great aquarium posts there:
We are not scientists or biologists. We just started this 20 gallon Walstad tank as an experiment to see how it would work as a self-sustaining ecosystem and it worked great. We set up another aquarium - 10 gallon - with similar results. Your mileage may vary.NOTE: This is my personal blog and everything on this blog contains *my* personal opinions, beliefs and interests. Nothing in here reflects the thoughts, intentions or plans of my employer.Updated on 29 Jun 2015 {Created on 07 Mar 2015}☂I’m doing something different this time. I set up a planted tank in a 20 gallon long glass aquarium. The tank is located in my (home) office, taking the place of a defunct printer. I have a low tolerance for extraneous noises and sounds, so this is a bit of a challenge. So far it’s worth it, as I get a great view of the tank every time I enter my office from getting coffee, lunch, etc. Plus it’s there to see if I just swivel my chair around; great stress reducer!Here is a quick video of my 20 gallon tall planted aquarium.

Fish:
1. Betta
2. Celestial Pearl Danios
3. Ottos
4. Flying Fix
5. Serpae Tetra
6. Tiger Endler
7. Amano Shrimp
8. Nerite Snails

The tank has a diy co2 system and gets daily doses of micro and macro ferts on alternating days.20-gallon fish tank with live plants and mix of tropical fishes. Additional live plants are growing on top of the filter to bring Ammonia, Nitrite and even Nitrate to the preferred level. To keep up with live plants inside the aquarium I use Flourish Excel, 5ml for 20 gallons of freshwater. This is a low maintenance aquarium that requires doing 20% of water changes every two months.