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freshwater fish - carassius auratus - fantail goldfish, calico stocking in 10 gallons tank - 1 bubbler, 1 rock, 1 large plant, 2 medium plants, 1 small plant, 6 little buches, 2 faintailed golfish 1 white and the other calico, and 1 black moore
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Photo Caption: 1 bubbler, 1 rock, 1 large plant, 2 medium plants, 1 small plant, 6 little buches, 2 faintailed golfish 1 white and the other calico, and 1 black moore
freshwater fish - carassius auratus - fantail goldfish, calico stocking in 10 gallons tank - 1 bubbler, 1 rock, 1 large plant, 2 medium plants, 1 small plant, 6 little buches, 2 faintailed golfish 1 white and the other calico, and 1 black moore

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 1 bubbler, 1 rock, 1 large plant, 2 medium plants, 1 small plant, 6 little buches, 1 white, and 1 calico fantail goldfish, and 1 black moore
Advice: s
Fish Kept: 2 fantailed goldfish, 1 black moore, 2 neon fish, 2 algae eaters
Corals/Plants: 5 shrubs, 1 large plant, 3 medium plants 1 small plant.
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: 18 just started with my girlfriend tying something new

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