Photo #1 - This Is My Old Tank, Different Fish Then My Curre...

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Photo Caption: This is my old tank, different fish then my current tank. It had a blue night light so it had a really nice blue glow. I just wanted to see what you all thought about the way it looked back then.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my old tank, different fish then my current tank. It had a blue night light so it had a really nice blue glow. I just wanted to see what you all thought about the way it looked back then.
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Just moved all my fish into a larger tank. Plant bulbs were planted yesterday so no greens yet. There isnt a background on the tank yet so ignore the stuff in the back if you can. :)

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Tetra advanced filtration system
Advice: I'm new to the hobby myself, so I'll be needing advice :)
Fish Kept: (1) Placo, (8) Scissor Tail Rasbora, (1) Dwarf Gourami.--- NEWLY added 11/12/08 : (2) Ghost shrimp, (1)Bamboo Shrimp, (1) Cat Fish
Corals/Plants: Just Planted "Hardy Aponogeton Bulbs"
Tank Size: 30 gallons

COMMENTS

interesting set up, not my style, but it is unique. what is that substrate? looks like cotton or something. fish avatar

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