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Photo Caption: -14g tank. Containing 5 small neon tetras, 2 male guppys, 2 kulhi loaches, 2 amano shrimp, 1 bristlenose pleco, 1 dwarf gourami (female) and 1 bamboo shrimp. Decor: 2 large pieces of Bog wood, java moss, fine gravel and 2 rocks.
14 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - -14g tank. Containing 5 small neon tetras, 2 male guppys, 2 kulhi loaches, 2 amano shrimp, 1 bristlenose pleco, 1 dwarf gourami (female) and 1 bamboo shrimp. Decor: 2 large pieces of Bog wood, java moss, fine gravel and 2 rocks.
14 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - -15g tank. Containing 5 small neon tetras, 2 male guppys, 2 kulhi loaches, 2 amano shrimp, 1 bristlenose pleco, 1 dwarf gourami (female) and 1 bamboo shrimp. Decor: 2 large pieces of Bog wood, java moss, fine gravel and 2 rocks.

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Country: Great Britain
Description: 14g long, aquarline 100 w heater, aquarline air pump, aquarline 2 filter, 2x aquarline light starter unit's (30-40w).
Advice: Play it slow.
Fish Kept: 5 Neon tetras. 2 male guppys 2 kulhi loaches 2 ghost/amano shrimp 1x female bristlenose pleco 1x female dwarf gourami 1x bamboo shrimp
Corals/Plants: Java moss (soon).
Tank Size: 14 gallons

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