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Old 10-05-2011, 01:58 AM   #31
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Old 10-06-2011, 03:49 AM   #32
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Currently only 2 tanks. anyway ordered for the third one.
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Old 10-08-2011, 02:37 PM   #33
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Awesome, do you have pictures of all of them?
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Currently only 2 tanks. anyway ordered for the third one.
Right now, I only have 3.......for now.
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Hello AA...

Have only six, but that's plenty because I still have a life. I have 3 55 Gs, a 45 G and two 30 Gs.

I have 1,000 individual Fancy Guppies, give or take a couple of dozen and about 15 Corydoras of three or four different kinds. All the tanks are well planted too.

I prefer the larger tanks, because if you keep the tank water super clean, you can fill the tanks with fish and plants and everything thrives.

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Old 10-11-2011, 12:07 PM   #36
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Hello AA...

Have only six, but that's plenty because I still have a life. I have 3 55 Gs, a 45 G and two 30 Gs.

I have 1,000 individual Fancy Guppies, give or take a couple of dozen and about 15 Corydoras of three or four different kinds. All the tanks are well planted too.

I prefer the larger tanks, because if you keep the tank water super clean, you can fill the tanks with fish and plants and everything thrives.

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Cool, I love Corys! Do you have any pictures? I have two Albino ones myself at the moment.
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Hi i currently have :-
A five foot oddball tank {abit of a mess at the moment
Four foot planted tank - growing well
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Hello red...

A very biblical name. Anyway, I really like Corys too. They fit in great with my Guppies! No pics of the cats I'm afraid. They're pretty skiddish and very fast. I do have some Albinos, and three or four other kinds, but I can't recall their scientific names.

I will include a pic of one of my planted tanks for your viewing pleasure. The tanks don't move, so I can get a pic. My planted tanks are off the wall crazy, but I enjoy playing around with different substrates and ferts, just to see what will grow in low light.

I've even experimented with attaching Water wisteria, Java fern and Banana plants to floating driftwood. It works real well, because you can get the plants very close to the light.

Above everything else, have fun!

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Hi i currently have :-
A five foot oddball tank {abit of a mess at the moment
Four foot planted tank - growing well
And a two foot shrimp rearing tank
Beautiful tanks!
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Hello red...

A very biblical name. Anyway, I really like Corys too. They fit in great with my Guppies! No pics of the cats I'm afraid. They're pretty skiddish and very fast. I do have some Albinos, and three or four other kinds, but I can't recall their scientific names.

I will include a pic of one of my planted tanks for your viewing pleasure. The tanks don't move, so I can get a pic. My planted tanks are off the wall crazy, but I enjoy playing around with different substrates and ferts, just to see what will grow in low light.

I've even experimented with attaching Water wisteria, Java fern and Banana plants to floating driftwood. It works real well, because you can get the plants very close to the light.

Above everything else, have fun!

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Cool tank.
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Nice! I only have three at them moment.
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