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Photo Caption: New fish and plants just been added :) any suggestion for new fish to try?
26 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - New fish and plants just been added :) any suggestion for new fish to try?

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Elite style 95, Sun Glo flourescent 20W TB lighting, Elite heater, 80cmx40cmx30cm, Fluval U3 filter with bubble and circulation control, 2 sponges and one bag of bio max.
Advice: Start simple, learn and progress.
Fish Kept: 2 Firemouth Cichlids, 4 Kribensis, 2 Silver Sharks, 3 Clown Loach, 1 Sailfin Plec, 1 Golden Loach.
Corals/Plants: 8 Live Plants, 1 Fake Plant, 3 small pieces of slate, Bog Wood, a mini plant pot, a large plant pot, and a rock from the mediteranian ocean.
Tank Size: 26 gallons
About Yourself: I love keeping new fish and changing my tank around.

COMMENTS

Yeah...what BANGME33 said. fish avatar
for a start your tank is too small for your fish and u shouldnt be moving things around a lot either just leave things, and the fish you have are not compatable together.fire mouths and kribs need different water ph as do silver sharks an clown loaches all these fish apart fom kribs grow massive fish avatar

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