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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 50W Heater, 50L Tank,Fluval 105 external filter, 15w Hagen's Glo-Light bulb and I use the following Treatment Products. Stress Coat, Stress Zyme, Nutrafin Cycle, Nutrafin Water Conditioner, Api Fresh Water Master Test Kit. Temperature is 25 C And Ph is 7.0 - 7.2
Advice: If your going to keep fish my advice is actuly to have tropical rather than marine and cold water because goldfish aren't really natural and i dont recommend marine as it is a lot of effort if your a first timer. If starting of with tropical then the fish i recommend are danios, mountain minnows or some sort of live bearer. if breeding for the first time then i suggest swordtails as they are very easy. also if experiencing algae problems i recommend shrimps to clean the algae but you will have to feed them aswell, or ive found out using a tooth brush gets rid of it quite well, much faster than the recommended brands.
Fish Kept: 2x Bamboo Shrimp 2x Wood Shrimp 3x Bronze corydoras 2x Rosey Barbs 6x Zebra Danios 1x Bristle nose catfish 10x Neon Tetras 5x Bleeding heart tetras 3x White mountain minnows
Corals/Plants: Lots ... Leave a comment if you want to know
Tank Size: 11 gallons
Quote: "thats what she said"
About Yourself: Well i have a fish tank that has fish in it and i also like to go fishing. i have had this tank for just over one year but have had others in the past. i moved on to tropical so i can have new species of fish and Discover the joy again of fishkeeping.

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