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Photo Caption: 4 clown loaches, they did a real good job cleaning up leftover foods and snails. I will be moving them once they get too large.
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - My first tropical aquarium
50 gallons planted tank (mostly live plants and fish) - Guppies
freshwater fish - botia macracantha - clown loach stocking in 50 gallons tank - 4 clown loaches, they did a real good job cleaning up leftover foods and snails. I will be moving them once they get too large.
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Country: Australia
Description: HETO NEO s200 cannister filter (315 litres per hour) + internal filter (200 litres per hour), 3ft x 1.5ft. 1.5ft, 3 x 21w lighting on for 10 hours a day, No C02, weekly dosage of API LEAF ZONE, 25 degrees Celsius water temperature.
Advice: Go overboard with filtration.
Fish Kept: Neon and rummy-nose tetras, clown loaches & guppies
Corals/Plants: Vallisneria, Corkscrew vallisneria, Anubias, Amazon sword, Ambulia & others which i cant identify. There are also 4 fake plants which i plan on replacing with real ones.
Tank Size: 50 gallons

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