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Old 11-26-2011, 03:22 AM   #1
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GAME - Identify that fish/plant

So I found an awesome fish tank for sale that I just had to have, it was crazy cheap and already planted, the only problem is Iím not quite sure what I have. I caught a glimpse of a unknown shrimp that disappeared back into the plant growth. A neon tetra, a Chinese algae eater, what I believe are two black tetras, ramshorn snails, Malaysian trumpet snails, plants and more plants.

I could really use some help identifying my remaining fish and numerous plants. Iím hoping you can all save me a few hours of internet searches : ) Thanks everyone, have a good night.
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I picked it up for $90, included the tank, stand, aqua clear HOB, Eheim ecco, aqua clear powerhead, heater, etc, etc... Just changed out the lighting it came with.
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I can't help you with any of the plants but the tank looks fantastic! Great but!
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1-That would be your tank
2-I have no clue, there's so many plants in that pic I don't know which one you would like to ID
3-Rosy barbs
4-Rainbow, best guess is Turquoise
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