Photo #2 - Apple Snail - 8 Tiger Barbs, 1 Albino Rainbow Sh...

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Photo Caption: apple snail
113 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 1
corals inverts - pomacea canaliculata - apple snail stocking in 113 gallons tank - apple snail

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: its a 6 foot tank that is 2 foot high and 1.5 foot wide. the filter is a eheim professional 3 external filteri have and a 300watt hearter. the lighting is 2, 3 foot grow-lux tubes.
Advice: try not to over crowd, and do not over feed
Fish Kept: 8 tiger barbs, 1 albino rainbow shark, 3 clownloach, 1 white mollies, 5 dwarf gourami, 1 angel fish, 2 golden barb, 2 silver shark, 2 silver dollet, 2 gourami, 1 plec , 2 flying fox, 2 sucking loach, 1 knifer fish, 3 apple snails, 2 mangrove crabs.
Corals/Plants: jave moss/fern loads of other but dunno there names sorry.
Tank Size: 113 gallons
Quote: shutup and get on with it
About Yourself: im 16 i am into fishkeeping also im into motocross, i go to a somerset college training to be an electrician.

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