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personalty, I'd like to see them in a 33g 'long' river-style tank... but in the real world, They could do fine in a 15.
must have a strong surface current, a driftwood snag set up with multiple >>>tight<<< crannies to secure themselves in (or 3/4 inch pvc pipe cut int 3 or 4 inch lengths), a sand substrate 'cause they do like to sand-dive. No plants needed.
A really low red light will help with viewing- they are strictly nocturnal and dive for cover even in dim light.
 
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