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Goby and hillstream loach tank

Discussion in 'Freshwater Bottom Dwellers' started by wesleydnunder, May 29, 2015.

  1. wesleydnunder

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    Haven't posted any pics of this tank in a while: It houses three species of hillstream loach, and three species of goby, along with five species of live plants:

    Original FTS right after I set it up. Gobies and hillstreams were still in quarantine a.t.t.
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    FTS taken last week...almost 3 yrs later, after thinning out two huge piles of bolbitis and java moss
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    Vid taken right after thinning plants and water change. Most of the critters were hiding
    http://vid221.photobucket.com/albums/dd240/wesleydnunder/015_zpsfbc1voxf.mp4
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    tanker Josh Holloway--Be mine!!!

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    :(Looks beautiful, but I do not see any fish.
     
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    Thanks. The loaches and gobies are small and were hiding from maint. just before I shot the vid. Even when they're out, they aren't real prominent. The stocking in this tank is very, very light.

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