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Ms. Namazu

The Underwater Project

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My 10 Gallon tank of four has grown quickly. I now house a Fancy Goldfish, A Golden Dojo Loach, A Chinese Algae Eater, Two Halfmoon Female Beta, Three Panda Cory, and a small Colony of Ghost Shrimp. I have planted Anacharis and and a red/green plant (forgot the name). They are all pretty happy. I had some issues with the flake food feedings and water quality so I have added a cube of frozen brine shrimp daily and Live Bloodworms a few times a week. My tank seems better balanced. I have tried cooked vegetables. Everybody says you can give your fish cooked vegetables. Mine won't seem to eat it unless they are starving. I heard my Chinese Algae eater will grow to about six inches and I know my Golden Dojo will be an easy ten. I am making plans to upgrade to a 39 or 55 gallon tank. My 10 gal will be used as a breeder and nursery.

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