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Photo Caption: Planted Fancy Goldfish Tank (with White Cloud Minnows and a Flower Shrimp). This is my first attempt at a planted tank.
33 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted Fancy Goldfish Tank (with White Cloud Minnows and a Flower Shrimp). This is my first attempt at a planted tank.

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Country: Canada
Description: 33 Gallon Flatback hexagon tank. No special equipment. Light: 20 w florescent strip 6700 K Filter: Rena Filstar XP2
Advice: Decide what is more important for you, the fish or the plants and accomdate accordingly.
Fish Kept: Three fancy goldfish (Golden Bubble-eye, Butterfly Black Moore, and Golden Ranchu), 8 white-cloud minnows, and one flower shrimp.
Corals/Plants: Purple waffle (which is only semi-aquatic), Java moss, Java fern, Cryptocoryne, Red Ludwigia, Cyperus helferi, and a few other varieties.
Tank Size: 33 gallons
Quote: "I warsh myyy-salf with a wrag on a shtick." -Bart Simpson
About Yourself: I saw bubble-eye goldfishes at a petstore and it looked like it needed me to take care of them. It started with a few goldfish and plastic plants and I slowly replaced plastic with colorful plants that I thought would fit in well.

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