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Hi all, I am new to the forum. Got started with freshwater aquariums when my daughter moved back home for a bit and started a fish tank. Many mistakes later...she has moved and I now have the aquariums. Have research a lot about setting up a tank (which she never did and lost many fish). So, I have a 15 gallon with a Half-moon Betta, 2 Cory catfish and a Chinese Algae Eater (there were 2 golden Algae Eaters but I have moved them). I also have a 55 gallon planted tank that finished its cycle last week and now house the golden algae eaters. Will be adding to the 55 gal next week. Any suggestions would be appreciated.:-D
Welcome to the forum! As for suggestions, think about putting that Chinese algae eater into the 55. I believe they can get up to 8 or 10 inches so the 15 gallon is obviously not going to hold him long! The rest of your stocking really depends on your water parameters.
Chuntley, I'm moving your into. to your own new thread. I'll leave a re-direct from this thread for a month in case you subscribed to it.
Welcome to the forum :wave:
hello and welcome. :-D
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