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State: Illinois
Country: United States
Description: topfin 30 filtration system,topfin heater, ct fluorecent lighting,plastic plants and decorative rock for hiding and swimming through!
Advice: be careful purchasing new neon tetras,being overbreed for popular demand greatly reduces mortality rate,because of neon strain is being broken down by breeders by overdoing there breeding tech.
Fish Kept: 1 blue neon,did have 10 at 2 seperate times and only this one strong one survived through both.3 fancy male guppies,6 female guppies,2 glass catfish,3 lemon tetras,4 plates,5 marble mollies,2 chinese placostimus,1 large and 1 medium size,and dwarf frog,and 2 red eye tetras!
Corals/Plants: plastic plants
Tank Size: 29 gallons
Quote: keep em feed!
About Yourself: Im a new hobbist with the total setup and fish,I love looking at them and caring for them,and even named a few that I think are special,like Neptune my beautiful fancy male guppy,Budda my over pregnant female guppy,Skeletor 1 of my glass catfish,and Billy,the dwarf frog...and of course Solo the only blue neon in my tank!

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