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Photo Caption: Fluval 304 50 watts of light Sand Substrate Crystal Wort, Java Fern 30 lbs of Malaysian Driftwood Fish Include: -3 Pictus Cats (Peruvian) -2 Weather Loaches (One Silver; One Gold) -1 Farlowella Catfish -5 Brilliant Rasboras -1 Horsefaced Loach -2 Bloodfin Tetras -1 Marbled Hatchetfish -2 Mystery Snails
55 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Fluval 304 50 watts of light Sand Substrate Crystal Wort, Java Fern 30 lbs of Malaysian Driftwood Fish Include: -3 Pictus Cats (Peruvian) -2 Weather Loaches (One Silver; One Gold) -1 Farlowella Catfish -5 Brilliant Rasboras -1 Horsefaced Loach -2 Bloodfin Tetras -1 Marbled Hatchetfish -2 Mystery Snails

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Country: Canada
Description: Fluval 304 50 watts of light Sand Substrate Crystal Wort, Java Fern 30 lbs of Malaysian Driftwood Fish Include: -3 Pictus Cats (Peruvian) -2 Weather Loaches (One Silver; One Gold) -1 Farlowella Catfish -5 Brilliant Rasboras -1 Horsefaced Loach -2 Bloodfin Tetras -1 Marbled Hatchetfish -2 Mystery Snails
Advice: Research Counts
Fish Kept: See Description
Corals/Plants: Crystal Wort Java Fern
Tank Size: 55 gallons
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