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    So far my 20 gallon has been running greatly. I have had it up for about 6-5 months. I currently have 6 neon tetras, 4 black phantom tetras, and 1 female kribnesis. My plans for the tank is to add about 2 more caves, i will get 2 amazon swordtails and get some star grass to fill up the bottom of my tank. and for fish i will be adding 4 more neon tetras and black phantom tetras, and 8 bronze or sterbai cory catfish. and then i will be finish with adding things to this tank.

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    It's good to read things are going well with the 20g. How about some pictures?
    When I go fishing I just place a sharp rock in the water and sit there waiting for all the dead fish to float to the top... Kingfisher
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    I think my fish is adjusting well to the four gallon, He's laying on his side attempting to go to sleep on the bottom of the gravel.
    Tolerance is a great thing to have, so is the ability to shut up.

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    Its sounds great! I hope everything continues to run well. Just curious, as I am hoping on getting some Kribensis myself in a community aquarium, could you tell me what you keep the temperature at? Ph would be helpful too. Thanks!
    -Ivy
    Any time any person tells me they own fish, I automatically ask them a barrage of questions. "Please tell me it is not a bowl." Do you know what the Nitrogen Cycle is?" "Do you have a filter? What kind?" "How often do you replace water?" "How many fish do you have?" etc etc. Then I continue a discussion for about 20 more minutes before I realize I tend to be the only person that cares.

    15 gallon long: One betta fish. Still working on it. Will be a planted aquarium.

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    i keep my temperature at 77 and my Ph around 7 and as for pictures i will put some up soon

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    Okay, thanks. Excited to see the pictures.

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    tank 1206.jpgtank 1068.jpgtank 1204.jpg i took a picture of her before i remodel the tank. and i don't know why the pictures look so shakey

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    She looks wonderful! That plant on the white sand is really nice looking.
    -Ivy
    Any time any person tells me they own fish, I automatically ask them a barrage of questions. "Please tell me it is not a bowl." Do you know what the Nitrogen Cycle is?" "Do you have a filter? What kind?" "How often do you replace water?" "How many fish do you have?" etc etc. Then I continue a discussion for about 20 more minutes before I realize I tend to be the only person that cares.

    15 gallon long: One betta fish. Still working on it. Will be a planted aquarium.

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    some well meant advice:

    all plants I see in your tank are not true aquatics, and will not thrive.
    I think I see spider plant(chlorophytum comosum) and some kind of aroid, possibly kris plant(alocasia sanderiana).
    you can, however, take them out and put them in a pot by the windowsill. spiderplants are tough as nails, but the aroid may require high humidity to grow.

    both bronze and sterbai cories are big, heavy-bodied corydoras. a school of them may overload your tank.
    are there no smaller species of cory to consider? if it has to be one of these two, the sterbai will stay smaller than bronze.

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    The mix of both sand and gravel looks very nice!
    "A room without books is like a body without a soul."

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    thanks buddytrooper and Ivy. but with the corys i am not all that sure if they have smaller ones. the corys i know they have are bronze,sterbai and albino (bronze). could you list a few and i will call my LFS to see if they have some because i plan on going torrmow

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