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Old 12-31-2010, 01:13 PM   #31
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Greetings all,

I had originally joined back in 2008 when I got my -tank in a box- 30 gal from Walmart. I had lurked for a while but never posted.

I am getting into it a little more and have some time to explore the hobby and the forums more fully.

I am in Baltimore.
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Welcome aboard Barry. If you are ever in the Richmond area let me know. Post more often this time. We are here to help.
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Hello everyone;
I'm from Richmond, Va and am returning to the aquarist hobby after a long absence. I'm finding it more exciting than ever. I have a 29 gallon tank with mollies (quantity changing as 1 of my females just had babies), 2 neon tetras, 2 guppies, 1 serpae tetra, 1 zebra danio, 1 platy, 2 mystery snails and live plants. I'm already planning for my next tank (just have to find a way to sneak it past my wife - she's says I tend to obsess). I look forward to sharing ideas and info from fellow members.
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Wow! Everyone in this hobby seems so far away. Welcome guys.
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Old 07-06-2011, 10:43 PM   #37
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Hi everyone! I'm Vanessa and I only recently became an aquarium hobbyist in the past year.

Right now I have a new 37 gallon marineland tank that currently houses 4 reticulated hillstream loaches, 5 pristella tetras, 2 butterfly hillstream loaches, 6 RCS and probably a billion MTS. Later on I think I'm going to add 6 Kerri tetras, if I can ever get my hands on some.

I live in the Virginia Beach area. I'm excited to talk to other aquarium enthusiasts in my area and trade tips and advice on my new tank.
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Old 07-09-2011, 10:18 AM   #38
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Just thought I'd update my status. Since I last posted I've added another 60 gallon tank with angels, rainbows, dwarf gouramis, cories, tetras, rasboras, otos and snails. The bad thing is I just finished pricing out everything I want for my dream 125 gallon planted discus tank - it came out to a whopping $6000. Of course that's the dream tank with everything brand new and every accessory you can think of.
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