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Old 10-09-2004, 02:22 AM   #1
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I finally decided to do something with all my tanks. I have 3 20 gallons which i am putting on one long metal shelf in the garage, below which will have a central filter. This will be my practice tanks, breeders, QT, and everything that does not look that good. In my room will be a 29, 55, and a new 35. Any ideas of what to try in a 20 gallon that is not necessarily good to look at but cool to do?
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do you mean as far as fish ?? or decor??
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fish, like breeding or prant prop. that would not be that good to look at in a show tank, but something for me to try out of view.
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Why do you want to breed ugly fish?
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not ugly fish, just fish that may need ugly conditions to breed, like killies with peat moss.
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When you say "central filter", does this mean that the QT and the others will be sharing water?
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I havent decided yet with the filter. I think they will each just have a sponge filter and HOB. I can see where you qare getting at with the sharing water, and i will make sure not to share water amng sick fish tanks. Thanks for the insight though!
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