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  1. Hi everyone, New to the forum - been watching Cory on YouTube and learning a bunch. The clips have been very helpful. I have a moderately planted 75G (no Co2), 40G breeder (used as quarantine and currently trying to breed some guppies), and a planted 5G neocaridina shrimp tank which I’ve also been using to raise my first batch of guppy fry. Fish: yoyo loaches, neons, cherry barbs, ghost cats, Bolivian rams, mollies, guppies, glow light tetras, ottos, and neocaridina shrimp. Looking forward to exchanging ideas and broadening my knowledge base. thanks, Eric
  2. Hello everyone, I’m Steve and I’m from Boston, MA. I fell in love with the aquarium hobby when I was younger. My uncle used to have a 10 gallon freshwater tank and passed it on to me when he no longer wanted to keep it. I kept it for a while but I found that my fish kept dying so I kind of lost interest. I came across aquascaping online and it brought me back to the aquarium hobby. It’s been about two months since I started my 16 gallon tank so I’m fairly new to all this, especially a planted tank. I attached a picture of my tank. Thank you Cory for all the YouTube videos. Huge help! I look forward to participating in this online community!
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