Photo #3 - Cardinia Japonica - 16 Gallon: 5x Rummynose Tetra...

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: 16 Gallon Bowfront ::Freshwater:: Lighting: PC 60w 10,000k Filter: Aquaclear 70 CO2: Nutrafin system (started 10/23/08) Substrate: Playsand and Flourite.
Advice: Start small but not too small 10-20 gallons is a good beginner size tank. Know your spending limits, and research your fish BEFORE you get them.
Fish Kept: 16 Gallon: 5x Rummynose Tetra, 6x Botia Sidthimunki 30 Gallon: 6 Cardinia japonica, 3 Otocinculus, 6 Corydoras panda, 3 Marosatherina ladigesi, 1 Platydoras costatus, 1 bushynose plecostomus
Corals/Plants: 16 Gallon: Vallisneria americana, Nuphar stellata, Myriophyllum pinnatum, Vesicularia dubyana, Echinodorus amazonicus, Lilaeopsis brasiliensis, Eleocharis parvula. (before BGA ate it all)
Tank Size: 16 gallons

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hi just wondering what some good starter freshwater shrimps and other invertbrates are thanks J fish avatar
Your Aqua looks healthy! fish avatar
You take very nice photographs. It looks like you have some skill or training with this kind of photography. fish avatar

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