Photo #3 - My Very Typical Chinese Algae Eater--though I...

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Country: United States
Description: Very low lighting (from previous owner); HOB Aquarclear 70gal filter; Florite substrait; small Cypress driftwood; medium Birch timber; found rocks; hiding hut.
Advice: Read a lot of forums
Fish Kept: (1)Chinese Hi-fin, (1)Golden Chinese Algae Eater, (5)Balloon Red-eyed Tetras, (2)wild caught minnows Just switched from processed food to bloodworm--much more preferred.
Corals/Plants: No plants but in anticipation of planting--would like grasses and possibly some nice vine-y back plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons

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