This freshwater stingray care guide should help you decide if a stingray home aquarium is right for you. Anthony from Long Island Fish Guy shares his knowledge of freshwater stingrays and his own mini marble motoro hybrid stingray named Steve with us. From fish tank size to eating habits and even tankmates, he breaks down what it takes to successfully keep a freshwater stingray home aquarium.

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I Use The Following Items In The Fish Cave:

Dual Sponge Filter:
Best Sponge Foam Media Pad:
Fluval Canister Filter:
AquaClear HOB Filter:
SunSun Canister Filter:
SunSun PowerHead:

Python Water Change System:
Silicone Air Line:
Adhesive Cable/Cord Clips:
Beaded Cable Tie Organizers:
Shrimp Feeding Dish:

Seachem Prime:
Seachem Safe:
Mini Measuring Spoons:
Seachem Stability:
TDS Meter:
API Test Strips:
API Master Test Kit:

New Life Spectrum Cichlid Pellets:
Tetra Cichlid Flakes:
Hikari Crab Cuisine:
Aquatic Arts Sinking Spirulina Pellets:
Aquatic Arts Sinking Algae Wafers:
Golden Pearls Fry Food:
Bacter AE For Shrimp:
Catappa (Almond) Leaves:
Alder Cones:

LifeGard 1/2″ Bulkhead:
LifeGard 3/4″ Bulkhead:
LifeGard 1″ Bulkhead:
Teflon Pipe Threading Tape:
Frosted or Black Background:
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Titanium Step Drill Bit:

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