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55 Gallon Tank (Pic Heavy)


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Here are the pictures you asked for! :D Artie,Vinny,and Moe (comet) seem to like their new home. I know Moe will grow too large for the tank, we will be renovating our outdoor pond come spring, so he will live there when it's ready. There are some small species with them (cherry barbs,glowlight and zebra danios,platies cories,and a few loaches). There are a few rasboras , a gold barb, and a tetra that were too fast to catch, but when I catch them they will be moved to the tropical planted tank. Everyone is doing great, and they all seem happy. I just rearranged the decor so the sand made things a bit cloudy.

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The tank has mostly plastic plants so far, but also has some small live anubias and what I think is ludwigia

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Also here is my yellow-finned Hillstream loach (Gastromyzon viriosus)

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I have the same dragon. If you turn the airstone on, it helps moves the water through the ornament. I am going to drill some holes on the unseen side to get better flow.

I like that idea, maybe I will pick up a new air pump

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Nice! How do your goldfish do with your tropical fish? My goldfish are so friendly and frisky with each other, I just wonder what that would be like for tropical fish.

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