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Photo Caption: 6 Black Skirt Tetras, 2 Pictus Catfish, 1 Pleco, all living in harmony in a natural habitat. Beach driftwood and Tennessee river rock
fish tank picture - River rock and beach driftwood cleaned and cured myself.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 6 Black Skirt Tetras, 2 Pictus Catfish, 1 Pleco, all living in harmony in a natural habitat. Beach driftwood and Tennessee river rock

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State: Georgia
Country: United States
Description: Tennessee River rock and Driftwood I cut myself from the beach on the coast of Georgia where I live, 1 Penguin 200 filter and 1 Penguin 100 filter. I over filtrate to be on the safe side. Completely cycled, water chemistry stable. Off white gravel and solid black background to hide the filter intakes.
Advice: water changes
Fish Kept: 6 Black skirt tetras, 2 Pictus catfish, 1 Pleco The catfish LOVE to swim all through the rocks and caves!
Corals/Plants: fake plant.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: easy does it
About Yourself: Started with a ten gallon, upgraded to this 20 gallon, would love to have a larger one someday.

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