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Photo Caption: One of my grey mullet c. 1.5lbs in a brackish, coldwater tank. Other inhabitants - siberian sturgeon x 3, diamond sturgeon x 2, three-spined sticklebacks and a shoal of mullet c 30 in, mixed size 3 -14 inches
freshwater fish - mugil cephalus - grey mullet stocking in 1500 gallons tank - One of my grey mullet c. 1.5lbs in a brackish, coldwater tank. Other inhabitants - siberian sturgeon x 3, diamond sturgeon x 2, three-spined sticklebacks and a shoal of mullet c 30 in, mixed size 3 -14 inches

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: Inside / outside brackish water aquarium c 2m x 1.5m x1.5m - floods and glowlight. Filtoclear, biotec and oase 4000l/hr pump. 36w uv.
Advice: don't rush it - get to know your fish well - even the cheapest can be really rewarding.
Fish Kept: Grey mullet, siberian sturgeon, diamond sturgeon, three-spined stickleback
Corals/Plants: none - whatever algae grows...
Tank Size: 1500 gallons

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Nice mullet! fish avatar
Nice mullet... they may taste good you know! fish avatar

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