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Photo Caption: 5 x melanotaenia trifasciata two males (right) three females (lower two on the left, one in the middle) 2 x melanotaenia nigrans two females (higher two on the left)
freshwater fish - melanotaenia trifasciata - banded rainbowfish stocking in 100 gallons tank - 5 x melanotaenia trifasciata two males (right) three females (lower two on the left, one in the middle) 2 x melanotaenia nigrans two females (higher two on the left)
100 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - rainbowfish own you

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Country: Australia
Description: 1800mm x 450mm x 450mm or 6 foot x 18 inches x 18 inches 100 gallon or 360 litres 20L canister filter with 1800 litre per hour powerhead 2 x 3 foot 30w gro tubes two fake ornaments (thanks dave, lee and kaz) hollow driftwood
Advice: patience is a virtue
Fish Kept: 5 x melanotaenia trifasciata 2 x melanotaenia nigrans 2 x Gyrinocheilus aymomieri 1 x Atyidae sp.
Corals/Plants: heaps of different native and cosmopolitan plants. nutrient additives and flourish excel used. substrate is coffs harbour gravel
Tank Size: 100 gallons
Quote: ohh kent, id be lying if i said my men weren't committing crimes...

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