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Photo Caption: One plastic plant and weighted and potted plants and moss balls. A relatively peaceful community tank with one feisty guppy and a dive bombing red phantom.
freshwater fish stocking in 16 gallons tank - Female Red Phantom Tetra.
16 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - One plastic plant and weighted and potted plants and moss balls. A relatively peaceful community tank with one feisty guppy and a dive bombing red phantom.

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Country: Great Britain
Description: Interpet Insight 64x32x37cm fresh water semi planted tank. One interpet heater, HOB interpet cf2 filter, white and moon lighting.
Advice: Patience. You may be keen to get your first fish, but ensure you allow time to properly cycle your tank.
Fish Kept: Red Swordtail, White Cloud Minnow, Red Phantom Tetra, Male Guppy, Harlequin Rasbora, Purple Harlequin.
Corals/Plants: Moss balls, various weighted or potted plants and plastic plants.
Tank Size: 16 gallons

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