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Old 07-04-2020, 05:04 PM   #1
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Hello all, I am resetting up a 44 gallon fresh water fish tank after 4 years of house renovations. Finally, it is safe for the fish to return! I have decided to do a planted tank with a few old favourites: panda cory, khuli and add in neon tetra and red rasbora. I had a tank with sucker fish to keep the tank clean last time; ended up with multiple fry so kept giving them away or back to the local fish shop.
This time I would like a peaceful environment that gives the fish plenty of space and plants to shelter in.
Algy was a big problem last time so want to keep that at bay.
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