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That's good news that you're is doing well without much maintenance. =D I will probably pick up the invert food when I can just in case and hopefully they'll do well! Thanks for the help everyone!
Paracheirodon innesi - neon tetras
Pantodon buchholzi - African butterfly fish
Hoplosternum littorale - hoplo catfish
Erpetoichtys calabaricus - ropefish
??? - spiny eel
Bunocephalus cf. coracoideus - banjo catfish
Pomacea bridgesii - apple snail
I looked for a freshwater clam today and could not find one....I really want to try one. we live close to the river, think one of those clams would live in my tank. I have tiger barbs, rosy barbs, red tailed sharks, and powder blue gourmi in it. oh, and two snails for housecleaning. they should not hurt it, or vise versa, eh?
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