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Old 01-04-2012, 07:58 PM   #11
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Cheers, the first one is only about 7/8 gallon for growing mollys before giving them away!

The other is 36 UK gallon bowfronted tank!
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Old 01-04-2012, 08:07 PM   #12
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55 Gallon Freshwater Tropical community aquarium
Filtration:
(2) 55 Gallon Aqueon HOB wet/dry filtration w/ additional bio media (no chemical media)
(1) Fluval G3 canister filter
(1) UV Green Killing machine filter
Additional items in tank:
-(1) 2 bulb 48" AquaticLife T5 Lights
-(1) 21 event digital timer used for my lights
-(1) Mairneland 400 powerhead for water circulation
-(1) Aqueon heater set to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
-(2) Seachem hang onside tank water testing meters for PH/ammonia
Plants, substrate etc:
- Hornwort
- Duckweed
- a tiny bit of java moss
- malaysian driftwood
- (2) huge multi-cave rocks
- standard natual colored aquarium gravel
Fish:
(1) Male Betta in breeder net
(3) Painted Guppies
(8+) Regular/longfined Zebra Danios
(12) Neon Tetras
(3) Red Wag Swordtails
(15) Swordtails
(2) Upside down catfish
(4) Cory Catfish
(1) Plecostomus algae eater
(4) Africian dwarf frogs
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Old 01-04-2012, 08:11 PM   #13
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55 Gallon Freshwater Tropical community aquarium
Filtration:
(2) 55 Gallon Aqueon HOB wet/dry filtration w/ additional bio media (no chemical media)
(1) Fluval G3 canister filter
(1) UV Green Killing machine filter
Additional items in tank:
-(1) 2 bulb 48" AquaticLife T5 Lights
-(1) 21 event digital timer used for my lights
-(1) Mairneland 400 powerhead for water circulation
-(1) Aqueon heater set to 78 degrees Fahrenheit
-(2) Seachem hang onside tank water testing meters for PH/ammonia
Plants, substrate etc:
- Hornwort
- Duckweed
- a tiny bit of java moss
- malaysian driftwood
- (2) huge multi-cave rocks
- standard natual colored aquarium gravel
Fish:
(1) Male Betta in breeder net
(3) Painted Guppies
(8+) Regular/longfined Zebra Danios
(12) Neon Tetras
(3) Red Wag Swordtails
(15) Swordtails
(2) Upside down catfish
(4) Cory Catfish
(1) Plecostomus algae eater
(4) Africian dwarf frogs
thank you! this is sooo helpful!
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Old 01-04-2012, 08:15 PM   #14
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yay
jezlenton- your tank looks great! haha love the crab
Convict2161- i really like your tank! what did you use in it and how did you think of that idea?
It is a 185ltr tank with a 25ltr sump tank.
In it are 2 power flow heads that work independently on an adjustable timer, so one will operate for say 15 min then the other one for 15 min.
Live rock and coral sand from Fiji.
I will be introducing corals next week and then finally some fish.
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It is a 185ltr tank with a 25ltr sump tank.
In it are 2 power flow heads that work independently on an adjustable timer, so one will operate for say 15 min then the other one for 15 min.
Live rock and coral sand from Fiji.
I will be introducing corals next week and then finally some fish.
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thank you! this is sooo helpful!
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Old 01-04-2012, 08:35 PM   #17
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yay
jezlenton- your tank looks great! haha love the crab
Convict2161- i really like your tank! what did you use in it and how did you think of that idea?
I have Cichlid sand as a base and natural small gravel on top. I have 14 Anubias and 3 java fern. 4 pieces of real driftwood. I Krazy clued (gel) some of the plants to the DW yes it's safe. Get the one that dries clear. I used API root tabs as well. The stones are Cichlid stones the rest are real rocks and pieces of slate. I made a huge tunnel running from one end of the tank to the back to the other side. How did I think of it? Well... I just drew some options, went online googled and found something that I liked.

Good luck and Happy New Year.
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Old 01-04-2012, 08:36 PM   #18
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35 gallon and a 110 gallon. In the 35 I uses geosystem gravel. A couple pots. And rock slate we have lying around. For the 110 I don't know what type of gravel was used but the same rock as the 35 to create a ledge look. All plants are fake
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I just wrote a huge thing about all my plants, gravel, maintence..wellthe app crashed lol. Heres my stinking tank haha
Show off!!

KILLER TANK!! For real....
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Show off!!

KILLER TANK!! For real....
Thanks bro! You know i think yours is sick, that goes without saying

Yea, animals, its a 40 gallon breeder. Ill retype some of the stuff i said before, just to help a bit more!

Plants are:
Hornwort, crypt retro spiralis, lloydeia, ludwigia, bihir, 2 mysterious crypts, java fern, jungle val, and crypt wendtii

Substrate is 40lbs of eco complete and i have the rocks for my various fish that like the cover.

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10 glowlight tetras, 2 angels, 5 hatchetfish, 1 peacock eel, 1 featherfin catfish
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