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freshwater fish - microgeophagus altispinosa - bolivian ram stocking in 52 gallons tank - 3+yr old Bolivian Ram from my 90L Tank

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Country: Australia
Description: 200L Freshwater Community Planted Tank 90L Community Tank 60L Community Tank 30L Planted Betta 30L Shrimp Tank
Advice: Research as much information as possible Join a minimum of 3 fish forums to gain extra valuable knowledge Take information from local fish stores with a pinch of salt most of them are just after your money and don't have a clue as to what they are talking about.
Fish Kept: Guppy's, Gourami's, Bristlenoses (albino, Peppermint & Orange), L104 Pleco's, Tetra's - Emperors, Cardinals, Beunos Aires, Embers, Rams - Blue & Bolivian, Angel, Otocinclus, Apisto Aggassizii, Whiptails, Pseudomogil Furcatus, Rasboras, Male Betta, Cherry Shrimp, Desert Goby's, Cory's.
Corals/Plants: Anubias, Swords, Crypts, Vallis, Mosses
Tank Size: 52 gallons

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