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  1. No goldfish in this tank but I thought I'd share my smallest tank and the one that gets the most attention. Here it is in its current look... Japanese Powder Blue Endlers and Halfmoon Betta
  2. Here is what the 95g corner tank looks like now. The endlers are going outside in a few weeks to the pond when things warm up. The other fish have been transferred to the 135g. (8) Black ranchus 1" (2) Moors 1" (1) Chocolate pearlscale 1" (1) White ranchu 1" (1) Red & White "Grade A" ranchu 2.5" (1) Black Oranda 4" --I am keeping this one under close observation as it looks to be suffering from swim bladder disease. I am keeping the temperature @ 82F and it seems to alleviate the problem.
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