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State: North Carolina
Country: United States
Description: 75 gal- 5 Serpae tetras and 2 Siamese algae eaters, Fx6 filter, Fluval heater20 gal long- red rili and blue rili shrimp, 6 neon tetras, Aquaclear 30, fluval heater10 gal-Betta, Aquaclear 20, fluval heater
Advice: Test your water parameters (preferably with a API freshwater master kit) from what comes out of your tap before you decide which fish to get. Get fish that match those parameters. This makes water changes infinitely easier because you do not have to alter your water chemistry. Test strips are inaccurate, invest in a liquid kit. Learn about the nitrogen cycle before you get fish- cycle your tank! Lastly, do your research on the fish you get!
Fish Kept: Red Minor Serpae Tetra, Siamese Algae Eater, Neon Tetra, Betta - Male
Corals/Plants: Amazon swords, Java ferns, Walter lettuce, duckweed, a bunch of plants that i have no clue to what they are
Tank Size: 10 gallons
About Yourself: After months of research, I got into fish keeping in December of 2021. I bought a 75 gallon tank that came with the entire setup- fish included. Since then I have gotten 2 more tanks that are in operation and a hospital tank for emergencies. I am 16 and I also own my own business.
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