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Old 06-26-2016, 02:02 AM   #11
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The first thing I saw when I looked at this tank was that on your Rockwall beside the smaller Goldie and above the larger Goldie it looks like a teddie bear is sculpted into the wall. I don't know if anyone else can see what I'm taking about but it jumped out at me. Again I like your tanks.
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The divided tanks


Loki and his tank


Severus and his tank


Discus/Angel tank (sorry about other tank reflections)


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Looking good! Love the scaping. So what is your favourite?
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Looking good! Love the scaping. So what is your favourite?
Thank you

I dont really have a favourite, they all have an appeal or their own
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How are the tanks going?
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Wow these are amazing. Nice work. You certainly are diligent. Looking at a few of these gives me hope for my ultimate goal: a 150+ gal full of live plants and local species (Crappie, bluegill, bass, etc.) I've got a lot to learn first.

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How are the tanks going?
Going well, just moved the fish room around, swapped an 80gal for a 120gal, this is now home to the goldies

Am moving Loki's tank into the fish room so this will get rescaped
The axolotl tank that sits under will also get a full rescape

The divided tanks were all moved to another part of the room, so while i had them down i changed the substrate so all sections of the tanks now match
In the top tank is 3 male betta. In the bottom tank is a paradise fish, a male betta and 2 guppy females.

The discus/angel tank was pulled down. I moved them to a different tank, so a different scape was done, am waiting on an order of plants

The tetra tank is going to be moved to a different part of the house.....i will however be trying to keep the scape if possible, this tank is heavy at the best of times, not sure how we will go moving it with everything in place but water.....

The severum tank is moving to a different part of the room so this will get a full rescape

Waiting for a stand to be built for the 6x2, once its here and been painted it will be moved into the space where Loki and Sevs tanks were. The goldies will then move into this. Beastie who is currently living in the 6x2 will move into the 4x2

I have quite a few tanks tank will be cleaned up and go up for sale, i really just want to keep the larger tanks now. A few health problems make it necessary to downsize a bit.

This is why i havent been around too much, been busy moving things around a trying to decide what to keep
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Wow - that is a lot of action. Puts me to shame moaning about one tank
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