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  1. Default AquaHead's 10g Aquarium

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    I purchased a 10g aquarium from Wal-Mart quite a while back. It currently has Top Fin River Gravel as a substrate, no hood, 8 Rosy Red Minnows, a few fake plants arranged into a forest-like form, three large (and opaque) cups w/gravel in them, and is filtered by a FLUVAL 203 Canister Filter.

    Today, I've collected a whole bunch of mosquito larvae (from here on now referred to as "wiggletails") and bloodworms from a large bucket. My spare 10g will be used (outside) as a bloodworm and wiggletail farm.

    My house doesn't have a single tree near it, so I'll collect dead grass/flowers and place them in the bloodworm farm. And yes, I've done my research and heard from many AC members that a fish's diet cannot simply consist of bloodworms. I'll treat my fathead minnows to live bloodworms and/or wiggletails 2-3 times a week.

    Will be sure to post photos when I get home.
    10 Gallon: 5 Peppered Corys | Pool Filter Sand | x2 AquaTech 5-15 Power Filter | 2 plastic plants

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    My friend used to feed his fish live mosquito larvae and his Mom always wondered why they had mosquito's in the house when all the window screens were perfect.
    The wiggle-tails were not all eaten by the fish and the little guys hatched in the tank and flew thought the house. Just don't over feed aquahead. Wiggle-tails are a species that find a way to survive. Good luck and don't forget the pictures.
    Warning; Bulldog Pleco guarding my Sons tank now..

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    Hey everyone! I've just got five awesome peppered corys and have added sand to the aquarium!

    (And I've removed the Fluval 203.)
    10 Gallon: 5 Peppered Corys | Pool Filter Sand | x2 AquaTech 5-15 Power Filter | 2 plastic plants

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    Here's a short video (yes, it's crappy quality) of my current aquarium as of this afternoon.
    10 Gallon: 5 Peppered Corys | Pool Filter Sand | x2 AquaTech 5-15 Power Filter | 2 plastic plants

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