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Never mind! i didn't see the 6.5 gallon on the list.
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Thanks! I do have another 6 gallon, here it is

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it's just me or your 15 gallon is kind of overstocked?
IMO it isn't, it's heavily filtered, heavily planted, the water conditions are pristine, there is no fighting, and some of the guppies I have are wild, which means they max out at .75-1 inch

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I made a mistake, I didn't see the 6.5 gallon on the list, but i like your tanks, mine looks bad compared to yours, I would like to put plants on my tank but i don't know where to start and i don't think i am gonna be able to take care of it.

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Thanks, i dont think I have seen a pictur of your tank. But I bet it still looks great!

They are fairly easy to care for, as long as you provide the minimum requirements they should thrive, java moss, and hornwort are great choices for low light, no fertilization, little circulation, and no Co2 setups

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can you keep the hood?

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Yes. As long as the plants are provided with some sort of light, and any type of ferilization, in this case he fish would provide ammonia, and the filter would provide nitrates. The plan should do fairly well. When deciding on types of plants to keep and specific you ideally should ask on here, or research the specific pants general care though. Our most experienced plant expert would probably be pewpewpew. And for any minor questions, I specialize in many easier, more common types of Aquarium Plants


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Cool. Thanks.

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