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26 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 26 gallon bowfront, black background, black gravel, driftwood. Dwarf Gourami, white clouds, rasboras, cory cats. The blue shiny thing in the lower left corner is the dwarf gourami, who swims back and forth all day long. We think he has OCD.
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Submitted By: Katie on
Photo Caption: 26 gallon bowfront, black background, black gravel, driftwood. Dwarf Gourami, white clouds, rasboras, cory cats. The blue shiny thing in the lower left corner is the dwarf gourami, who swims back and forth all day long. We think he has OCD.
26 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - 26 gallon bowfront, black background, black gravel, driftwood. Dwarf Gourami, white clouds, rasboras, cory cats. The blue shiny thing in the lower left corner is the dwarf gourami, who swims back and forth all day long. We think he has OCD.

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State: Connecticut
Country: United States
Description: 26 Gallon Bowfront
Advice: none
Fish Kept: Dwarf Gourami, Pearl Gourami, white clouds, rasboras, cory cats
Corals/Plants: none
Tank Size: 26 gallons
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has your dwarf gourami got enough room to swim? looks very over crowded with plants. fish avatar
nice plants fish avatar

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