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Photo Caption: Planted 3ft 120 litre/23 gallon tank. Can you identify the white fish in this photo?
26 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Planted 3ft 120 litre/23 gallon tank. Can you identify the white fish in this photo?

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Country: Australia
Description: Freshwater Tropical 3ft fishtank. Mixture of guppies, tetras, catfish etc. Well planted Aquarium with blue painted background. Also has 10000k light in hood, Eheim 400l/hr canister filter, 800l/hr hanging filter on back of tank with a small 400l/hr pump towards upper left of tank to assist in circulation. Tank established abotu 1 month.
Advice: Get all the right equipment upfront. Dont skimp on gear and provide over the recommended filtration...also using multiple methods of filtration in the same tank is a good idea also.
Fish Kept: Neon/cardinal Tetras, Redeye tetras, German Blue Ram, catfish, clown loach, male/female platy, male/female guppy. I also have one large white fish which I inherited...not sure exactly what it is but its about 6 years old now.
Corals/Plants: Mixed plants.
Tank Size: 26 gallons

COMMENTS

The big white fish is kissing gourami. Careful, they get a foot long over time. fish avatar

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