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Photo Caption: 20 gal 10 glass cats and 10 ghost shrimp, 1 gold inca snail, 1 bristlenose pleco very small. 6 marimo moss balls, 2 amazon swords, 1 anubias small, 2 bamboo 1 big 1 small, many bunches of elodea waterweed free floating man.
20 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 20 gal 10 glass cats and 10 ghost shrimp, 1 gold inca snail, 1 bristlenose pleco very small. 6 marimo moss balls, 2 amazon swords, 1 anubias small, 2 bamboo 1 big 1 small, many bunches of elodea waterweed free floating man.
fish tank picture - Fiddler crab habitat. 2.5 gal tank small internal sponge/powerhead like filter. Land access, many smal pvc caves. Also placed on a lazy susan so you can always locate the pair of crabs. Brackish tank. Had over a year and a half now. Doing great!
fish tank picture - Glass cats schooling.

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State: Iowa
Country: United States
Description: 20 gallon Glass Catfish Tank, Marineland penguin 100 (for up to 50 gallons) HOB filter. Regular lid with light, 1 sponge filter medium.
Advice: These cats need to be in a school and have a shaded hiding place. Feed just the amount of frozen bloodworms that can be consumed without too many being abandoned on the floor.
Fish Kept: Ghost Glass Cat
Corals/Plants: 2 amazon swords, many bundles of elodea waterweed free floating for cover, 1 anubias small, 6 marimo moss balls.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
About Yourself: Nothing beats getting all "cheesed up" and fuckin with aquariums man.

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