Photo #2 - Eel City. The Fire Eel Is In The Rocks At The Bot...

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Photo Caption: Eel City. The fire eel is in the rocks at the bottom, and the peacock eel is half-buried between the ship and the pot, in the long grass. He's an expert hider.
freshwater fish - mastacembelus erthrotaenia - fire eel stocking in 45 gallons tank - My fire eel
45 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Eel City. The fire eel is in the rocks at the bottom, and the peacock eel is half-buried between the ship and the pot, in the long grass. He's an expert hider.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: I have a 45 gallon hexagon tank. The fiters I use an Aquaclear 50 so i have a filter with many stages, and a Cascade 300 with a spreader bar, to keep the tank calm yet still circulate water to the bottom. I have two heaters rated for a 25 gallon tank, but that is just because i do not have enough money for a larger one.
Advice: More gallons, more fish.
Fish Kept: In the tank currently is a Fire Eel, Peacock Eel, 2 African Dwarf Frogs, and an assortment of guppies.
Corals/Plants: An array of Amazon swords at the back,A few java ferns on the right (that the eels always dig up), and some small tree like plants at the front
Tank Size: 45 gallons

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