Photo #1 - My New Tank 6 Silver Dollars, 2 Clown Loaches A...

Submitted By: tobbie muldoon on
Photo Caption: my new tank 6 silver dollars, 2 clown loaches and 2 silver sharks fake plants n driftwood
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my new tank 6 silver dollars, 2 clown loaches and 2 silver sharks fake plants n driftwood
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - my tank only had it for 3 weeks

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Country: Australia
Description: first tank 40cm x 30cm x 32cm, aqua one light, aqua one heater, boyu internal filter second tank 40cm x 30cm x 32cm, under gravel filter internal power filter, hood with built in light
Advice: im a newey
Fish Kept: first tank 6 silver dollars, 1 mollie, 3 silver sharks, 2 clown loaches, 1 spotted sailfin pleco second tank 1 mollie, 1 checker barb, 2 tiger barb, 1 guppy, 2 bristle nose catfish, i dwarf gourami, 1 blind cave fish
Corals/Plants: plastic plants driftwood
Tank Size: 10 gallons
Quote: wow

COMMENTS

I agree with the other comments. You are way overstocked in the 10g. The Bala Sharks and Clown Loaches will require 100+ gallon tanks. Please research your current fish stock to find out more. fish avatar
you cant keep ANY silver dollars in a 10 gal!! take them back and get gouramis, they have better color anyway fish avatar

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