Photo #3 - Underwater Dry Space For Fiddler Crab. Crayfish L...

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Photo Caption: Underwater dry space for fiddler crab. Crayfish love to hide in here also. A large fishbowl is sunk and rocks in place to weigh it down; an air stone run into it to refresh water.The more you angle the bowl, the greater the dry space
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Scheme created 11/2015. This tank features an underwater dry space (in glass bowl) for fiddler crab, electric blue crayfish, pea puffers, cory cats, couple koi goldfish, killifish, snail.
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corals inverts stocking in 30 gallons tank - Underwater dry space for fiddler crab. Crayfish love to hide in here also. A large fishbowl is sunk and rocks in place to weigh it down; an air stone run into it to refresh water.The more you angle the bowl, the greater the dry space

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: Pretty basic 30 gallon with hood and light. 55 gallon Marine filter
Advice: Get the biggest tank you can afford, and a small team for quarantine. Don't waste your spent aquarium water... It's like crack for plants
Fish Kept: Betta - Female, Goldfish, Golden Wonder Killifish
Corals/Plants: Various
Tank Size: 30 gallons
About Yourself: I'm going to try out some basement aquaponics over winter 2015-2016 for some veggies.

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