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Old 04-20-2015, 02:06 PM   #1
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Talking Hello all! An Introduction from a new fishkeeper

I'm Charlie, I'm a 16 year old and I've recently gotten into fishkeeping, as you may have inferred. I have a 2.5 gallon with a betta, a currently empty 5 gallon tank, a 10 gallon with a few tetras and a clown pleco, and a brand new 30 gallon tank I plan to stock soon.

I always do immense research when choosing pets, and all of their needs, and though I do this research I really do love constructive criticism, since I'm still not perfect. I hope to make some friends here, feel free to ask about anything!
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Hello, and welcome to AA!

My only comment is that although a clown pleco is definitely one of the better options as far as plecos go, a 10 gallon is still a bit small. I would move it to the 30 gallon once you get that set up.

Can't wait to see what you do with the 30 gallon! My fiance and I set up a 29 gallon a few months ago and it's been awesome; 30 gallons is a great tank size.

Hope I see you around!
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Hi Charlie! Welcome to Aquarium Advice! It sounds like you have some fun tanks, I love Tetras and Betta fish, they are two of my favorite freshwater species.
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