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Photo Caption: 2 blood fins 5 rummy nose 2 sucking loaches 2 plecos(one is 10-12inches long), 3 buenos aries 4 zebras .2 african frogs 2 madascar tetras. Has been running since 1997.
35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 2 blood fins 5 rummy nose 2 sucking loaches 2 plecos(one is 10-12inches long), 3 buenos aries 4 zebras .2 african frogs 2 madascar tetras. Has been running since 1997.
35 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - 125 gallon 20 variety of plants 70 tetras and 15 bottom feeders.

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Country: Canada
Description: 35 Gallon tank, 203 fluval and bottom filtration system,external heater. 2 blood fins 5 rummy nose 2 sucking loaches 2 plecos(one is 10-12 inches long), 3 buenos aries 4 zebras 2 african frogs 2 madascar tetras
Advice: patience and information, you never know enough
Fish Kept: 2 blood fins 5 rummy nose 2 sucking loaches 2 plecos(one is 10-12 inches long), 3 buenos aries 4 zebras 2 african frogs 2 madascar tetras
Corals/Plants: Anubias, mayaka plant, java ferns,long thin swords anacharis and moss growing on driftwood and certain rocks.
Tank Size: 35 gallons
Quote: go to bed

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Nice tank, looks very natural! fish avatar

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