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Old 02-06-2006, 09:50 AM   #11
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Freshly planted.


That was SO the wrong pic: updated.


30g long planted fw
1 blue gourami
6 rummy nose tetras
6 gold barbs
3 peppered cory cats
1 'maldito' cory cats=
1 yoyo loach
1 clown pleco
6 ghost shrimp

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Old 03-27-2006, 04:30 AM   #12
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Old 04-10-2006, 12:29 AM   #13
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heres my contri....tank is just 4 months old

55 gal
440 Watt Vho ( 2 Actinic White URI, 2 Super Actinic URI)
10 gall Refuge (chaetomorpha. pods, mysis shrimp, nassarius)
17 gal Sump
Baby G Skimmer

9 Blue Green Chromis
20 nassarius in main tank, 50 in the refuge
Sun Polyp
Eagle Eye Zoo's
Pink Zoo's
Purple Mushroom
Blue Mushroom
Bright Green Ricordea
Maidens Hair (turtle Weed)
Blue Montipora Digita
Pink Base w/ green polyp Monti Digi
Green Monti
Bali Green Slimer Acro
Orange Cup Montipora
(yup its all in the pic, doesnt seem like it.. small frags)
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Old 09-30-2006, 02:00 PM   #14
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This is my 125 as of a couple weeks ago. I`m running out of room. Might have to go the wife for a 210.

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Old 01-30-2008, 12:13 PM   #16
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Here's my 600G DIY. Plywood & Glass (96x48x31)Aquascaping still isn't done, I'm waiting for the weather to warm up so I can go find some really Big pieces of Driftwood. The only plants will probably be Amazon frogbit, and Jungle Vals if the Silver Dollars let them grow and don't mow them down.

Full tank Shot you can just see the Silver Arowana at the top left side of the tank at the surface hes about 4.5-5" atm. The Blue is the insulation till I get the drywall up.

Silver Dollars Metynnis argenteus

Future Inhabitants 2 of the 3 Peacock Bass either Cichla Orinocensis or Cichla Moloculus will be easier to tell once they grow out a bit more. They are currently in a 29G training them on dried food.

Once the Driftwood is in and the aquascaping done I'll hide the heaters and the FX5 filter pipes. I'll probably be getting an Oxydoras Niger this weekend for my birthday for cleanup.

Filtration is a Fluval FX5 mainly for mech filtration, and a DIY 70G trickle sump with about 20G of bio media in it atm being run by a Gen-X 8500 submersible pump (8500lph/2245gph). I'll be adding about 20G-30G more bio media.

Heating is 1000W and tank temp is holding steady at 82F. 600W held the temp perfect in the fall in but with the cold winter weather I had to add a 400W heater to keep the temp up.

Lighting is your basic T12 Shop lights 4x40W with GE Plant/aquarium bulbs.

Substrate is 400lbs of Lowes Pea Gravel dirt cheap @ $2.59 for a 50 LB bag.

There's also a baby Oscar in the tank about 2.5" who's hiding because he's mad at me for taking his 2 other 2.5" buddies out because they were ganging up on the Arowana. Just like rotten teenagers!
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Old 01-30-2008, 12:49 PM   #17
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Take a look at the full tank pic I just posted under " 3,000 gal round reef tank "
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Old 01-30-2008, 07:55 PM   #18
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Heres one of my 26 gallon and sump. I'm looking to get into a bigger tank so I can fit a little more!
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This is my 4x2x2ft tank in its latest incarnation. The fish in there are mostly juvenile so some rearranging of livestock will happen over time. I am currently waiting on spare parts to get my fluval 404 working again.
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Awesome tanks guys! Here is my latest baby. My 90 gal planted. If I can just keep the angels from ripping it up now...
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