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Photo Caption: Bad pic of the 10 gallon, I haven't gotten all the new plants settled and the water needs to be topped off a bit
14 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Bad pic of the 10 gallon, I haven't gotten all the new plants settled and the water needs to be topped off a bit

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State: New York
Country: United States
Description: Nothing special, both tanks have air pumps, filters and heaters of no particular brand.
Advice: Don't over populate your tanks; do research. For freshwater the general rule is an one gallon per one inch of fish, more for goldfish and large catfish. Also pick a tank based on how big the fish will get, not what they are when you purchase them.
Fish Kept: Between both tanks: 9 Cory Catfish Two guppies Four Snails: 2 blue mystery, 1 black mystery, and 1 white mystery One algae eater (that will most likely be finding a new home due to the number of corys in the bigger tank)
Corals/Plants: Purple Waffle Drift wood Bamboo Something else that I forget the name of
Tank Size: 14 gallons

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