Photo #2 - This Is My Fish Tank. The Blue 'blob' ...

Submitted By: Kelly on
Photo Caption: This is my fish tank. The blue 'blob' is my fish, Uda Baaji. (That's his name) ... He is a Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami and VERY active and getting old! He has a lil albino cory for a cage mate(and constantly picks on it and anything else I put in with him!!! : ).
freshwater fish - trichogaster trichopterus - blue gourami stocking in 10 gallons tank - UDA!! My Gourami fish...
10 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - This is my fish tank. The blue 'blob' is my fish, Uda Baaji. (That's his name) ... He is a Powder Blue Dwarf Gourami and VERY active and getting old! He has a lil albino cory for a cage mate(and constantly picks on it and anything else I put in with him!!! : ).

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State: Indiana
Country: United States
Description: 10 Gallon Heater Air bubbler 2 Plants 1 Powder Blue Gourami (dwarf) Black and Green Gravel One fake plant and one "hiding log"... Outside tank filter(Aqua Tech) Anything else? I'm not a scientist on this stuff yet, you know!
Advice: I'm still a mildly new hobbyist...so give ME advice. :)
Fish Kept: I just have one Powder Blue DWARF Gourami in my tank right now and a Albino Cory.
Corals/Plants: Just a couple fake ones at the moment... I need to update my main picture here. It still looks basically the same but a bit more "aged"... :)
Tank Size: 10 gallons

COMMENTS

very nice with or without background fish avatar
Actually, it's rather nice, but I can't stress strongly enough to people how much nicer their decor would look when we don't have to look at the wall and all the junk behind the tank. A background will improve the scene 110% fish avatar

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