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I just set up a ten gallon breeder tank with a sponge filter and I dont know what to do for decoration. :-? I think a bare bottom would be best. I was thinking of using like pvc pipes for hiding places. But I dont know. Tell me what you all have and/or what you think I should do. What the heck, even add pictures, we all know everyone loves pics :D
 

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Well I have stappersii fry right but plan on goby, cyprichromis, and maybe julie fry.
 

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So is this a tank for the breeding pair to spawn in...

or a tank for the fry to raised in seperate from the parents?
 

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I tank to raise the fry seperate in.
 

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Then I agree, fry tanks are easier to care for when bare bottomed…

I like to make a couple weird designs out of PVC 90* & 45* bends. Just cut a few 1â€
 

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So just some pvc couplings, t joints, and elbows will be good enought then?
 

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I like to keep a bare bottom/a few small easy-to-remove rocks and a few bits~n~pieces of fake plants



You can use the stone-like spatter paint on the bottom of the tank (outside- of course) to give the tank a little better look than just bare glass bottom tho.
 
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