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Wow both tanks are really amazing! Love seeing the Altoflava in there too super rare fish and you've got it in a really good mix too!

32g looks awesome that windelov fern is amazing in there does it always grow that compact? Is it Camboba growing through it too? Not many people keep it but its a really fun plant and really under rated - nice to see so many unusual live bearers too.

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The 32 gallon tank
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The dusky millions fish
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the least killifish
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the sherry and amano shrimp
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and the assassins snails (no picture yet)

and loads of fry :)
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plants? they look cool/i love your shrimp they are so cute
 
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thanks everyone!


Wow both tanks are really amazing! Love seeing the Altoflava in there too super rare fish and you've got it in a really good mix too!

32g looks awesome that windelov fern is amazing in there does it always grow that compact? Is it Camboba growing through it too? Not many people keep it but its a really fun plant and really under rated - nice to see so many unusual live bearers too.

Wills
the windelov grows really compact indeed, but the “normal” javafern grows also quite compact in my big tank.
It’s a limnophila species, or at least that’s what I was told.
 
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The 120 gallon
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a male green swordtail
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both of the cichlid species
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and a SAE
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The ruby barbs and loaches are going strong as well.
 

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what 's that fish in the last pic? looks like a cory and loach at the same time???
Those are yo-yo loaches (Botia almorhae) these fish grow to about 5 or 6 inches and as they mature the patterns get really intricate and more en more greyish. The ones I have are halfgrown at about 3 to 4 inches

a really pretty and rewarding fish
 

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Those are yo-yo loaches (Botia almorhae) these fish grow to about 5 or 6 inches and as they mature the patterns get really intricate and more en more greyish. The ones I have are halfgrown at about 3 to 4 inches

a really pretty and rewarding fish
wow, still looks like cory-loach to me lol
nice chiclids, very cute
 
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The 32g (right after feeding, don’t mind the cloudiness)
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Amano shrimp and his skin
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The beautiful red cherry shrimp
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and a dusky millions fish
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