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Submitted By: Don and Lisa on
Photo Caption: tropical/beach theme. fish (red-wag platy,cremecicle lyretail molly, fancy guppy, balloon belly molly,neon tetras, algae eaters)
30 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - tropical/beach theme. fish (red-wag platy,cremecicle lyretail molly, fancy guppy, balloon belly molly,neon tetras, algae eaters)

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 30 gal tank(36"x12"x16"),whisper air pump 40, whisper 40 power filter,undergravel filter, all glass aquarium hood, topfin 200 watt submergible water heater
Advice: enjoy and have fun.
Fish Kept: pair of cremicicle lyretail mollies,four neon tetras, pair of red-wag platy, pair of balloon belly mollies,pair of fancy tail guppies,two algea eaters
Corals/Plants: plastic plants,resin palm trees
Tank Size: 30 gallons
Quote: none at this time

COMMENTS

Beach theme is a great idea, very creative, well done fish avatar
i have the same palm tree river thing with the bubbles fish avatar

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