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47 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Preliminary setup with 7 tetras, 5 Black Molly, 5 Red Molly, 3 RedFire Dwarf Gourami, 4 Spotted Cory Catfish, 2 frogs, and multiplying snails. Real and fake plant mix. Ruins and colorful corals.
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Submitted By: David Edwards on
Photo Caption: Preliminary setup with 7 tetras, 5 Black Molly, 5 Red Molly, 3 RedFire Dwarf Gourami, 4 Spotted Cory Catfish, 2 frogs, and multiplying snails. Real and fake plant mix. Ruins and colorful corals.
47 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Preliminary setup with 7 tetras, 5 Black Molly, 5 Red Molly, 3 RedFire Dwarf Gourami, 4 Spotted Cory Catfish, 2 frogs, and multiplying snails. Real and fake plant mix. Ruins and colorful corals.

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State: Maryland
Country: United States
Description: I have a 47 gallon bow front tank . I use an Aquaclear 50 gallon filter, Topfin heater maintaining 77 degrees, and decorate with fake coral and ruins.
Advice: I am a new hobbyist
Fish Kept: 3 male Redfire Dwarf Gouramis, 4 Spotted Cory Catfish, 5 Black Molly, 7 Neon tetras.
Corals/Plants: I have live plants and fake plants with fake coral.
Tank Size: 47 gallons

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