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Old 08-13-2013, 08:26 PM   #1
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30 gallon tank-
5 rosy barbs
3 German blue rams
1 angelfish
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Old 08-13-2013, 08:30 PM   #2
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Looks good, I like the drift wood, but mabye some taller plants like jungle Val for the background to draw the eyes upward


25 g SW
1x firefish
1 clown
5 hermits
Random snails
1 mushroom corals
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Old 08-13-2013, 08:44 PM   #3
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Wow I really like the tank beast!

I would add another clown an maybe a goby
An more coral! But very nice tank! I like it!

55 gallon freshwater tank
1 angelfish
1 male veil tail betta
1 balloon Molly
1 black yucatan Molly pair (2 black Molly's)
4 black skirt tetras
3 rosy barbs
2 rainbow fish
1 platy
4 scissor tail rasboras
8 black kuhli loaches
2 red clawed crabs
2 fiddler crabs
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Old 08-17-2013, 12:14 AM   #4
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Wow I really like the tank beast!

I would add another clown an maybe a goby
An more coral! But very nice tank! I like it!

55 gallon freshwater tank
1 angelfish
1 male veil tail betta
1 balloon Molly
1 black yucatan Molly pair (2 black Molly's)
4 black skirt tetras
3 rosy barbs
2 rainbow fish
1 platy
4 scissor tail rasboras
8 black kuhli loaches
2 red clawed crabs
2 fiddler crabs
Nice looking tank! I would add a bunch of live plants here and there.

Here's mine

20g heavily planted high light, pps pro, glut.
12 rummy nose tetras
Pair of f1 apistogramma cacatuoides
Honey sunset dwarf gourami
4 panda cories
3 oto cats
3 asassin snails
2 nerite snails
Random pond snails



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Old 08-17-2013, 12:22 AM   #5
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Nice looking tank! I would add a bunch of live plants here and there.

Here's mine

20g heavily planted high light, pps pro, glut.
12 rummy nose tetras
Pair of f1 apistogramma cacatuoides
Honey sunset dwarf gourami
4 panda cories
3 oto cats
3 asassin snails
2 nerite snails
Random pond snails
Very nice. Looks so natural! I would put a school of top dwelling fish

About to move my African Cichlids to this tank. It's going to be my head board!
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Old 08-17-2013, 12:26 AM   #6
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Tank looks awesome! I would fill it up all the way first then get some nice cichlid safe live plants. Love the rock work! Maybe also put a second HOB. I like the headboard idea. My friend did that a while ago with a reef tank. On downside is that you cant get into the stand.

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4 gallon planted tank. 23 6500k watt CFL, dose excel and flourish.
1 dwarf puffer
1 oto catfish
2 nerite snails
1 whisker shrimp
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Old 08-17-2013, 12:30 AM   #7
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6!

Boo for empty tank!! Haven't gotten my sand yet to get crackin on plants and aquascaping

55 gallon:
7 angelfish
10 red eye tetras
3 mollies
5 platys
1 Oscar
1 dwarf puffer
3 swordtails
2 glass catfish

There's a few others but their temporary fish
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Old 08-17-2013, 12:35 AM   #8
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6! Boo for empty tank!! Haven't gotten my sand yet to get crackin on plants and aquascaping
Haha it'll get there! I love your angelfish and the bridge ornament in the middle looks cool

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here's my FOWLR tank

1x occ. clownfish
1x baby flame angel
1x baby raccoon butterflyfish.

The third pic is not very recent.. I didn't mean to add it
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Haha it'll get there! I love your angelfish and the bridge ornament in the middle looks cool

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here's my FOWLR tank

1x occ. clownfish
1x baby flame angel
1x baby raccoon butterflyfish.

The third pic is not very recent.. I didn't mean to add it
I like the rock work but the tank looks barren. Have you thought bout doing a planted saltwater tank?

My 55g medium light planted tank
8 Praecox Rainbows
7 Harlequin Rasboras
1 Powder Blue gourami
3 Bristlenose Plecos
1 Rubbernose pleco
1 Orinoco Angel pleco
Some guppies
50-100 ish Neocardinia Heteropoda shrimp

The sponges covering the filter and power head are coming out tomorrow

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Here's my 5 gallon planted tank. It only has a pair of guppy fry and a banjo catfish. Can we post pictures of our fish to be rated?
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