Photo #2 - For Now... - Dwarf Gourami, Pleco (lemon Blue-eye...

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fish tank picture - Lemon Blue Eyed Bristlenose Long Fin Pleco baby
freshwater fish stocking in 20 gallons tank - For now...

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 20 gallon freshwater tank with standard included lighting, rim hung filtration (comes with tank setup). Substrate is white gravel. Getting ready to resubstrate my tank for shrimp to be added. Going to add Aqueon substrate for shrimp and plants under a level of crushed coral or aragonite. Adding Hornwort, s few ferns and moss balls. May keep a couple of artificial decorations in there that I've noticed my tiny lemon blue eyed pleco prefers as well as my dwarf gourami. Open to any helpful advice.
Advice: Research and trt to be patient. Patience is difficult though when you're passionate and excited about your fish. I'm currently working on that myself lol
Fish Kept: Dwarf Gourami, Pleco (Lemon Blue-eyed bristle nose long fin), Skittle shrimp (8-10)
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Quote: Hope for the best, be prepared for the worst.
About Yourself: 50 yrs old. Not 'new' to aquarium hobbying but still have lots to learn and explore.

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