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freshwater fish - carassius auratus - calico ryukin goldfish stocking in 28 gallons tank - 1 yr old Callico Fantail goldfish
28 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Simple 28 Gallon Aquarium with live and artificial plants.

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State: Kentucky
Country: United States
Description: 28 Gallon freshwater aquarium with a variety of live and artificial plants. I use a simple Top Fin 30 filtration system with a bubble curtain across the back. I have 2 pieces of drift wood as well as earth tone gravel to recreate a pond or creek bottom look.
Advice: Be patient! Perfection takes time and rushing your aquarium will only bring disapointment. Do 10% water changes every week or so to maintain optimal levels.
Fish Kept: Fan tail gold fish, Black skirt tetras,(used in Aquarium setup), Dalmation Mollies, Creamsickle Mollies, Sword fish, Algea Eater, Clown Loaches(to control snails) and a couple of Neon Tetras.
Corals/Plants: Variety of live plants. Green Myrio, Sag, Ambulia
Tank Size: 28 gallons
About Yourself: As a kid I was always fascinated with fish aquariums. I am a professional firefighter so on my days off I like to take care of my aquarium.

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