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Photo Caption: An estabilished tropical setup with loads of plants and bogwood. Very hetic fish continually breeding.
27 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - An estabilished tropical setup with loads of plants and bogwood. Very hetic fish continually breeding.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 126L Fluval tank
Advice: Be careful when cleaning the tank and water changes you can make the tank too clean and kill all your fish. You need to keep in bacteria for the plants and fish to thrive.
Fish Kept: Mollies (dalamation, black, white, speckled etc), Guppies, tertas (neon, black widows etc), Platys (micky mouse etc), Swordtails, Bristlenose plecs catfishes(albinoes etc) and loads more over the years. I have been very successful with breading my tropical fish I have baby mollies, guppies, swordtails and platies in my breading net at the moment.
Corals/Plants: Plants: amazon sword, march moss on bogwood, elodea, cabomba and twisted vallis.
Tank Size: 27 gallons
About Yourself: I have had tropical tanks for around 6 years now. I have always been able to breed my mollies succesfully. I love all the different variation of mollies except the balloon mollies I hate the deform of such a beautiful fish. I am now trying to breed my bristlenose plecs hence the amount of bogwood.

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