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Photo Caption: Fluval 90litres. Cherry barb, Harelquin rasbora and lambchop, cardinal and wild neon tetra. Rosy and black phantom tetra.
24 gallons freshwater fish tank (mostly fish and non-living decorations) - Fluval 90litres. Cherry barb, Harelquin rasbora and lambchop, cardinal and wild neon tetra. Rosy and black phantom tetra.
fish tank picture - Harlequins, Guppies, cardinals and Rosy tetras.

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Country: United Kingdom
Description: 90Litre/24Gal. Fluval Roma About 47cm high and 60 cm long, 35cm deep. It has a fluval filter which nicely came with the tank. No heater.
Advice: Dont go for a smaller tank because your new to the hobby, get the biggest tank you can, because larger tanks are easier to maintain than a smaller one. Do lots of research, and ask hobbyists online about good hardy fish to start with. Cherry Barbs, Harlequin Rasbora are excellent ive had mine for years. Rosy tetra seem hardy too as i still have one of my original ones who is 5 years old.
Fish Kept: In my current tank there is: 7 harlequin rasbora/Lambchop Rasbora. A shoal of 2 rosy tetra and one black phantom. A male and 3 female cherry barbs.
Corals/Plants: Mainly Cryptocorynes, Anubias, though ive tried many fine leafed plants which im terrible at keeping, vallisneria (didnt go down too well)
Tank Size: 24 gallons

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