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freshwater fish - botia macracantha - clown loach stocking in 22 gallons tank - Gotta love the easter island head (Old filter shown)

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Country: Australia
Description: 310mm long x 320mm wide x 400mm high, Hagen fuval series 2 filter, Tom 12'' compact fluorescent light, 100w Tropics aquarium glass heater.
Advice: One of the most important tips: Continue to do 25% water changes about once a week.
Fish Kept: 3x clown loach 12x neon tetra 4x red tetra 4x black phantom tetra 6x blue tetra and a few snails.
Corals/Plants: Fake plants, all plastic but interested in buying some real ones.
Tank Size: 22 gallons
About Yourself: Apprentice electrician, started when i was about 16 with little Siamese fighter fish, living on an island, soon to be upgrading to a much larger saltwater tank with many fish (attempted) to be caught off the rock wall.

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