Photo #1 - Forget The Name, But It's An Indian Cichlid ...

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Photo Caption: Forget the name, but it's an indian cichlid (not common). Looks marine, but is freshwater.
freshwater fish - etroplus canarensis - green chromide stocking in 100 gallons tank - Forget the name, but it's an indian cichlid (not common). Looks marine, but is freshwater.
freshwater fish - serrasalmus spilopleura - gold piranha stocking in 100 gallons tank - Gold Spilo Serrasalmus spilopluera (spelling). About a year old

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Country: United States
Description: 60 gallon; 3 giant danios, 3 jack dempseys, 1 brichardi cichlid 10 gallon; 1 fancy guppy, 10 guppies, 7 neons 30 gallon; 3 guppies, searching for a small predator
Advice: Don't take advice from PETCO, PETSMART, or some LOCAL FISH STORE owners, as they want to sell product and will bend any truth or even blatantly lie to make some extra bucks, or to make you keep coming back.
Fish Kept: Much too many to list. I'll try. Guppies, fancy guppies, neons ,cardinals, black neons, misc loaches, misc tetras, misc barbs, serrasalmus spilopluera, serra. rhombues, serra. elongatus, serra. spilopluera (cf), pygocetrus natteri & yellow (ternetzi), pygo caribe, senegal bichir, delhezhi bichir, lapredei bichir, ornate bichir, endlicheri bichir, channa gachua, channa bleheri, channa authc..., channa argus, channa cobra, silver aro, black aro, jardini aro, pictus catfish, red tail catfish, tigrinus catfish, tiger shovelnose catfish, banjo catfish, misc plecos, and theres more I didn't know some names (weren't common).
Corals/Plants: Almost all the plants that the store carry.
Tank Size: 100 gallons
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About Yourself: I was always into nature and creatures (insects, reptiles, & fish). I enjoy cannabis, and it should be able to free us from economical failure, only you don't want that.

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