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Old 03-30-2018, 11:01 PM   #5081
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25 gallon & 55 Gallon freshwater community tanks
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Old 03-30-2018, 11:56 PM   #5082
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Nice photos!!
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The 20 long during the fishless cycle. I put the LED light from the 10G for the pics. The last pic is the light in moonlight mode. Future plans include replacing the plastic plants with live plants.



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I really like the shipwreck in the 55. Where did you get it?
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I'm still around! Might notice a few changes in the 70 cube.


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I tried out a little 10 gal planted tank as well. Plenty of breeding neocardinia shrimp and some chili rasboras.



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Old 05-01-2018, 10:47 AM   #5088
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A No Water Change Tank

This 55 gallon tank is essentially maintenance free. Using RO water to top off what's lost to evaporation and feeding fish a diet containing most of the trace minerals, there's no need for water changes more than once a month, if at all. Then, if you do a water change, which is still a good idea, remove and replace just one third of the water. The plants remove all forms of nitrogen and a dual sponge filter or something similar aerates the water. This tank sustains roughly 60 Fancy Guppies and 15 or so Red Wag and Sunset Platys.

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This 55 gallon tank is essentially maintenance free. Using RO water to top off what's lost to evaporation and feeding fish a diet containing most of the trace minerals, there's no need for water changes more than once a month. Then, you remove and replace one third of the water. The plants remove all forms of nitrogen and a dual sponge filter aerates the water. This tank sustains roughly 60 Fancy Guppies and 15 or so Red Wag and Sunset Platys.

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Interesting. The pic loads for me. Too bad. This is a cool tank and is essentially labor free.

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