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Photo Caption: 55 gallon tank, 8 neon tetras, 9 glow light tetras, 1 Pleco, 6 gold barbs, Mr. and Mrs. Krib, 2 male "powder blue" dwarf gouramis, 3(maybe) kuhli loaches, 1 female betta, 1 male blue ram, 3 small rams temporarily, hoping for one to be a female, I think one is:):):), and one adult ram rescued from bad store, almost missing a tail:(
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 55 gallon tank, 8 neon tetras, 9 glow light tetras, 1 Pleco, 6 gold barbs, Mr. and Mrs. Krib, 2 male "powder blue" dwarf gouramis, 3(maybe) kuhli loaches, 1 female betta, 1 male blue ram, 3 small rams temporarily, hoping for one to be a female, I think one is:):):), and one adult ram rescued from bad store, almost missing a tail:(

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State: Wisconsin
Country: United States
Description: 55 gallon tank, planted, some CO2, other things I guess:) yeah this pic is SOO old
Fish Kept: 8 neon tetras, 9 glow light tetras, 1 Pleco, 6 gold barbs, Mr. and Mrs. Krib, 2 male "powder blue" dwarf gouramis, 3(maybe) kuhli loaches, 1 female betta, 1 male blue ram, 3 small rams temporarily, hoping for one to be a female, I think one is:):):), and one adult ram rescued from bad store, almost missing a tail:(
Corals/Plants: Hygrophilia, sword plant, crypts, anubias, sagittaria, anacharis, more I don't remember
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Where is my Tetracat?

COMMENTS

how did you get a beta in a community tank with out it attacking the others?? I have always wanted one in a community. fish avatar
The female has a red belly fish avatar
I now wat the female looks like. fish avatar

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