Photo #2 - 1 Dwarf Gourami, Angel Fish, 2 Rasboras, 3 Ghost ...

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Photo Caption: 1 dwarf gourami, angel fish, 2 rasboras, 3 ghost shrimp and a glowfish
fish tank picture - my first tank, 2 rasboras, i marble veil angel, i neon dwarf gourami, and a frog! (soon to be a clown loach when i upgrade!)
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 1 dwarf gourami, angel fish, 2 rasboras, 3 ghost shrimp and a glowfish

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 2 rasboras, 1 marble veil angelfish, 1 neon blue dwarf gourami, and 1 dwarf frog! (soon to have a clown loach when i upgrade tank to a bigger size in a couple months)
Advice: u gotta start somewhere , but DONT rush anything!
Fish Kept: 2 rasboras, 1 marble veil angelfish, 1 neon blue dwarf gourami, and 1 dwarf frog! (soon to have a clown loach when i upgrade tank to a bigger size in a couple months)
Corals/Plants: various sizes and styles of fake plants for now until i upgrade!
Tank Size: 10 gallons

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Very trippy but i like it. nice work. fish avatar

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