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13 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 13G long Aquarium with Neon Tetras, Ember Tetras, Ghost and Red Cherry Shrimps, Otocinclus, HalfMoon Rosetail Betta, Pygmy Cories, Assassin Snails and Pond Snails
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Submitted By: Swaroop Mohanlal on
Photo Caption: 13G long Aquarium with Neon Tetras, Ember Tetras, Ghost and Red Cherry Shrimps, Otocinclus, HalfMoon Rosetail Betta, Pygmy Cories, Assassin Snails and Pond Snails
13 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 13G long Aquarium with Neon Tetras, Ember Tetras, Ghost and Red Cherry Shrimps, Otocinclus, HalfMoon Rosetail Betta, Pygmy Cories, Assassin Snails and Pond Snails

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State: California
Country: United States
Description: 13G Long glass Aquarium (24L x 8D x 14H) Coralife 24" fluorescent lights 8 Neon Tetras 5 Ember Tetras 4 Ghost Shrimp 3 Red Cherry Shrimp 3 Pygmy Cories 3 Assassin Snail 2 Otocinclus 1 HalfMoon Rosetail Betta Lots of Pond Snails Heavily Planted with driftwood
Advice: Be patient and dedicated
Fish Kept: Neon Tetra Jumbo
Corals/Plants: Heavily planted
Tank Size: 13 gallons

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