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Photo Caption: StoneHenge - Granite rock with a suspended rock creating a tunnel. I placed an undergavel airstone beneth the suspended rock which spreads the bubbles around and gives a unique look!
freshwater fish - poecilia velifera - platinum lyretail molly stocking in 70 gallons tank - Multiple Fish! My Panchax likes spiders!
70 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - StoneHenge - Granite rock with a suspended rock creating a tunnel. I placed an undergavel airstone beneth the suspended rock which spreads the bubbles around and gives a unique look!
fish tank picture - There a 9 types of fish in this picture - can you find them all?

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Country: Australia
Description: 6 Foot Long Tank on Wooden Cabinet. With matching hutch. Twin Fluro Lights (Single Row). 144L/h Air Pump (Twin Outlet). 300W Heater. JEBO 838 Pump/Filter. Digital Thermometer.
Advice: CLEAN Your Gravel, then clean it again! Setup Plants before putting in water. Hold you plants down but poking them through stocking or net, then cover with gravel. Feature stones are easy to find for free - just look around outside! Decide on STYLE of fish before buying - large fish eat neons! Clean feature rocks first - avoid using sandstone - makes dusty water and can disitigrate in water over time. Avoid fake anything!!! eg: Fake plants, fake ornaments, fake rocks, fake gravel - just looks cheap.
Fish Kept: Neons, Guppies, Swordtails, Angel Fish, Mollies, Kuhli Loaches, Silver (Bala) Sharks, Bristlenose Catfish, Clown Loach, Platy, Bolivian Ram Cichild... about 37 all up just to start out with...
Corals/Plants: Sandstone Feature Rocks, Real Wood (Gum Tree) Features, Lace Fern, Ambulia, Thin Val Reed, Moss, Giant Hairgrass, Water Sprite, Blue Stricta, Duck Weed.
Tank Size: 70 gallons

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