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Old 08-16-2015, 09:34 PM   #11
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^NICE^!
Those are some good looking fish and you must be doing something right to raise them and have them grow!
What size tank are you looking to upgrade to?
Hi man! 75 gal, planted with Discus and Angels, but more of a community tank with schooling fish.
In my weird tank , I got some already : cardinal tetras, serphas, harlequins, about 4-6 per school. I added these guys in about a month ago and they were very small and the price was rite, and now beyond belief they're doing great and growing.
I feed 2-3 times a day mainly flakes and every other day frozen bloodworms or brine shrimp, they love it. Water is about 80' and I plan to try a diy co2 in this tank soon as soon as I figure out which diffuser method I'm going to use.

Well Coral B, I hope this gives you some info man.

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Old 08-16-2015, 10:36 PM   #12
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That will be awesome!
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Old 08-16-2015, 10:47 PM   #13
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That will be awesome!
Thank you,

I've been lucky so far ! My problem is being perfectionist by nature is what got me back into this hobby.
You always seem to want to do more and create .

Lets see how my new build will go, and I will post pics for you guys .
Just so much to do rite now. I'm going to build my own stand first and I'm going down in a week to purchase my new tank, but looking for plant ideas as well.

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Old 08-17-2015, 09:51 AM   #14
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Hi man! 75 gal, planted with Discus and Angels, but more of a community tank with schooling fish.
In my weird tank , I got some already : cardinal tetras, serphas, harlequins, about 4-6 per school. I added these guys in about a month ago and they were very small and the price was rite, and now beyond belief they're doing great and growing.
I feed 2-3 times a day mainly flakes and every other day frozen bloodworms or brine shrimp, they love it. Water is about 80' and I plan to try a diy co2 in this tank soon as soon as I figure out which diffuser method I'm going to use.

Well Coral B, I hope this gives you some info man.

Love the fish! 75 gallon planted? Awesome! Best diffuser for DIY? - CIGARETTE FILTER! So easy and works great!
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Old 08-17-2015, 11:41 AM   #15
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Love the fish! 75 gallon planted? Awesome! Best diffuser for DIY? - CIGARETTE FILTER! So easy and works great!
Ok, I'll give it a try!
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looking forward to seeing these beautiful fish in their new tank
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looking forward to seeing these beautiful fish in their new tank
Thanks man !
Between my kids soccer and work, I wish I had more time, but slowly its getting there.


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Gosh, I know that life!! Not the soccer bit but kids, work and the rest of the real world!
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Gosh, I know that life!! Not the soccer bit but kids, work and the rest of the real world!
My son is a young teenager and now he's too busy for me , leaving me with spare time time.
So another reason to get a" low impact sport" aquariums and fish.

Keep in touch, I'll posts pics for you guys as my build go's on, ideas or any help welcome. The people on here are very helpful and they share their knowledge, and that's why I enjoy this site!

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Here's my stand for my 75 guys! Built it myself.Click image for larger version

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Now it's tank time!!!
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