Photo #3 - 6" Peacock Eel Ever Since I Got This Fish, ...

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Photo Caption: 6" Peacock Eel Ever since i got this fish, he would stay burried beneath the gravel. But ever since i got this seagrass type plant he has been alot more active.
freshwater fish - amphilophus citrinellus - midas cichlid stocking in 55 gallons tank - My buddy's midas chiclid
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - My second tank. I'm still kind of new to the hobby but i think im doing good for a starter.
freshwater fish - mastacembelus erythrotaenia - fire eel stocking in 55 gallons tank - 6" Peacock Eel Ever since i got this fish, he would stay burried beneath the gravel. But ever since i got this seagrass type plant he has been alot more active.

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: 48" x 16" x 20" Standered lights with power glow bulbs
Advice: Dont give up when a few fish die, its going to happen no matter what.
Fish Kept: Four Bala Sharks (3"), Dinosaur Birchir (5"), Peacock Eel (6"), Black Ghost Fish (3"), and a Banded Lepornius (8")
Corals/Plants: Some grass-like plants and some more leafy plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Quote: Nothing beats a try but a failure

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wat kind of fish can u keep them with large or small fish avatar

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