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Photo Caption: 10 gallon with 4 Tiger Barbs, 2 Ghost Shrimp, and 1 Black Mystery Snail.
10 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 10 gallon with 4 Tiger Barbs, 2 Ghost Shrimp, and 1 Black Mystery Snail.
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 10 gallon with 4 Tiger Barbs, 2 Ghost Shrimp, and 1 Black Mystery Snail.

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State: Arizona
Country: United States
Description: Ten gallon planted tank with 4 Tiger Barbs, 2 Ghost shrimp (Often as food), 1 Black Mystery Snail. Stock setup once I move into a more spacious place I would like to get a very large tank and get more serious, eventually on to salt water.
Advice: Regular water changes and the biggest tank you can afford, you will get addicted.
Fish Kept: 4 Tiger Barbs, 2 Ghost shrimp, 1 Black Mystery Snail.
Corals/Plants: 1 Amazon Sword, a few Green Foxtail, Eventually possibly another sword in the back right with a CO2 kit.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: Student at the University of Arizona majoring in Wildlife Management.

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