Photo #1 - 15 Gallon Planted Tank With A Variety Of Fish

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Photo Caption: 15 gallon planted tank with a variety of fish
15 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 15 gallon planted tank with a variety of fish

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 15 gallon tank Finnex fugray planted plus zoo med canister aquarium filter (plan on upgrading lights)
Advice: Try not to overstock and check your water parameters.
Fish Kept: Crown Tail Betta, corydoras, bushy nose pleco, rainbow fish, amano shrimp, cherry shrimp, red crystal shrimp, Singapore flower shrimp, dwarf African frogs, hillstream loach
Corals/Plants: anubias amazon sword staurogyne repens Telanthera cardinalis Peacock fern
Tank Size: 15 gallons
Quote: Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind. ― Bernard M. Baruch
About Yourself: My partner and I have been in the fish hobby for 8yrs. We are playing around with the small fish tanks until we get our new place. Then we plan on getting our 85g salt water aquarium back up and running.

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