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9 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 9Gal/35L Hidden Oasis!

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Country: Australia
Description: My "Hidden Oasis"
Advice: Im new myself!
Fish Kept: Cardinal Tetras, Ottos, SAE's
Corals/Plants: Anubias Nana & Petite Java Fern Moss
Tank Size: 9 gallons
Quote: Hmmmm
About Yourself: Im exciting as watching plants grow!

COMMENTS

very nice i really like it. my suggestion would be to extend the intake for the filter a bit lower in the tank to pick up the heavier particles. unless that pump is moving the water really well, then its not an issue. bamboo shrimp can be difficult to keep as they filter the water with their little "net hands". dont do tons of water changes or you could starve the shrimp of his microscopic foods. you can even hand feed them with a dropper filled with finely ground fish flakes. mine ate it up. fish avatar
looks like you have a bamboo shrimp in there. i really like it. nice neat little setup! fish avatar

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