Photo #2 - This Is My Lil' Bullhead Catfish, Whose Name...

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Photo Caption: This is my lil' Bullhead Catfish, whose name I do not know...but you might! If you have a good name for him, I'll award a custom picture done on microsoft Paint, just for you! If you want to look at other pictures on there, you may, but I'm not forcing you. All pics by me(Trustthapo) are MINE ONLY, please ask if you want to use one for stock, etc. You do not have to join DeviantArt, and I'm not advertising it, kthx.
freshwater fish stocking in 28 gallons tank - ...hi...
freshwater fish - ameiurus nebulosus - brown bullhead stocking in 28 gallons tank - This is my lil' Bullhead Catfish, whose name I do not know...but you might! If you have a good name for him, I'll award a custom picture done on microsoft Paint, just for you! If you want to look at other pictures on there, you may, but I'm not forcing you. All pics by me(Trustthapo) are MINE ONLY, please ask if you want to use one for stock, etc. You do not have to join DeviantArt, and I'm not advertising it, kthx.
corals inverts - pseudemys concinna - river cooter stocking in 28 gallons tank - This is Corona, my River Cooter sitting on her fake Lillypad She's too big for it now, bless her little soul, but she still tries to get on it!

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State: Florida
Country: United States
Description: 28 gallon rectangular freshwater tank, *new* sand bottom(sand is easier to clean mess off of). I have a mixture of faux and live plants, rocks I have found in our local area, and fish I have caught. 1 Spotted Sunfish(female?), 1 Bullhead catfish(about 4-5"), 1 Razorback musk turtle, 1 River Cooter, both about 1 1/2 yrs. old. I use Tetra brand equiptment and Aquaculture, the normal brands. 1 30 gallon Carbon filter(Coal), and a cheap clamp light with a 60 watt bulb, for heating/lighting. I also use bricks for Decor in the tank, as many houses have crumbled near the rivers, creeks, and bluffs I explore. What the turtles don't eat, the fish eat. What they don't eat, the Catfish eats. If he dosen't eat it, the Crawfish will, so various animals are handy ;)
Advice: Start small! Get a five or ten gallon, and stock your tank with Livebearers(Mollies, Platys, Guppies, Killifish, Mosquitofish, etc.) as they are hardy critters that can withstand falls/rises in temperature, underfeeding, overcrowding, etc.(though you should NOT do that to them!). Sand bottoms are easy to clean, and I bet they feel better to the fish, but don't use TOO MUCH sand!
Fish Kept: ...everything from Sunfish to Waterdogs that lives in NW Florida or South Alabama!
Corals/Plants: ...*shrugs* I have some wild hair grass...and lily pads...
Tank Size: 28 gallons
Quote: "Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups."
About Yourself: Stupid little Gorillaz(chyeah!) fan in NW Florida. We have a pond in out backyard, and we stocked it with Mosquitofish(second chyeah!). I was tempted to keep some, and was pestered even more when the Pensacola Fair came around...all those poor little Comet Goldfish :U !!!

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