Photo #2 - Planted Tank With Endler, Platy, Ghost Shrimp, St...

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Photo Caption: planted tank with endler, platy, ghost shrimp, straited botia, harlequin rasboras, neon tetras, female crowntail bettas. Seperate betta tanks for plakat, crowntail and EE Halfmoon.
freshwater fish - betta splendens - crown tail betta stocking in 25 gallons tank - crown tail black orchid betta
25 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - planted tank with endler, platy, ghost shrimp, straited botia, harlequin rasboras, neon tetras, female crowntail bettas. Seperate betta tanks for plakat, crowntail and EE Halfmoon.

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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 25H tank. 3 betta tanks.
Advice: read read read and find a fish shop with local experts
Fish Kept: endler; sparkling gourami; platy;ghost shrimp;harlequin rasboras;scarlet badis. 2 crown-tail bettas; 1 elephamt ear - half moon betta
Corals/Plants: Rotala Indica; ludwigia repens; cabomba caroliniana;
Tank Size: 25 gallons
Quote: Today I hope to be a good as my dog thinks I am
About Yourself: I kept a community tank when I was a child. Now retired, I guess I am returning to childhood!

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