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Photo Caption: Fish- Bleeding Heart Tetra (6), Black Phantom Tetra (3), Tiger Pleco (1), Cardinal Tetra (2), Columbian Tetra (7), Burmese Loach (2) Plants- Jungle Val (4), Cryptocoryne Lutea (3)
35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Fish- Bleeding Heart Tetra (6), Black Phantom Tetra (3), Tiger Pleco (1), Cardinal Tetra (2), Columbian Tetra (7), Burmese Loach (2) Plants- Jungle Val (4), Cryptocoryne Lutea (3)
freshwater fish - hyphessobrycon erythrostigma - bleeding heart tetra stocking in 35 gallons tank - Several of our bleeding hearts.

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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: Dimensions: 36" x 13" x 16" Ecoxotic Panorama LED Eheim Canister Filter River gravel. Live plants. Real wood.
Advice: Be patient! We have a rough time starting our tank because we made decisions too quickly about what fish to add. We lost several because they were either suited to larger groups of the same fish or because they preferred larger tanks. We ended up returning the rest and adding more of the tetras we had used as hardy starter fish. Everyone's much happier!
Fish Kept: Bleeding Heart Tetra, Black Phantom Tetra, Tiger Pleco, Cardinal Tetra, Columbian Tetra, Burmese Loach
Corals/Plants: Jungle Val, Cryptocoryne Lutea
Tank Size: 35 gallons

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