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Old 08-08-2016, 02:46 PM   #10511
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Trimmed Gonzos plant's and took pic's off him Click image for larger version

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55 gallon elephant nose tank.
30 gallon boraras , red longfin bristlenose, bamboo shrimp, crs,rcs and different snails.
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Old 08-08-2016, 11:10 PM   #10512
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Looks like Gonzo was showing off for the camera. Very handsome!

As for the pics, try exiting the AA app and loading it again.

Otherwise check out the album instead here
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Old 08-09-2016, 07:36 AM   #10513
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Great pics Autumn! Really pretty fish love the bnp 😊 so cute!
My new one arrives on Thursday!

55 gallon elephant nose tank.
30 gallon boraras , red longfin bristlenose, bamboo shrimp, crs,rcs and different snails.
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Old 08-09-2016, 06:33 PM   #10514
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Ah what beautiful pics Autumn and shelly! I like all of your plecos Autumn - what I learned is that guppies are always pregnant. I had bad luck in choosing them and almost always chose females instead of males (they didn't look fat at all!!) and then the next day I'd have fry. Shelly - your shrimp are super cute! What's your favourite type of shrimp? I'm thinking of setting up a tank for some, maybe a 5G.
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Old 08-09-2016, 10:52 PM   #10515
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Tomorrow is maid service day so today I, of course, fed everyone and told them how much I love them and how beautiful everyone is. All four tanks have had their daily love.
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Shellyx - Your pic and my pic look like they could almost be in the same tank of the same cute BN!

edit: oh my AC 110 is very noisy today. I don't have time for breaking filter!!!

All fish are still alive.
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Did a 50% pwc a couple of days ago in the angel 55g. Water still looks a little cloudy, going to wait another day or so and probably rinse out the filter to see if that helps. Filled up everyone else's tank. Fed everyone, watched the babies, that now actually look like little fish, swim around the 10g. I think the female apistos is pregnant again... once debating where I'm going to put everyone. I think I may end up putting the apistos into the planted 55, maybe that way there will end up being population control. We'll see though. I moved my red betta into the 2.5g tank and put white sand in there so he could show up pretty when his fins grew back. The apistos were mean and fin-nipped the little guy, so I had to get him out of there. Once everyone gets to a decent size, I'll put the betta into the 10g so he has a decent sized tank to swim in. He clearly enjoys the 2.5g, but sometimes I just want him to have some more space.

Everyone's fish are doing well from the looks of things. Hope everyone is doing well also.
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Did a 50% pwc a couple of days ago in the angel 55g. Water still looks a little cloudy, going to wait another day or so and probably rinse out the filter to see if that helps. Filled up everyone else's tank. Fed everyone, watched the babies, that now actually look like little fish, swim around the 10g. I think the female apistos is pregnant again... once debating where I'm going to put everyone. I think I may end up putting the apistos into the planted 55, maybe that way there will end up being population control. We'll see though. I moved my red betta into the 2.5g tank and put white sand in there so he could show up pretty when his fins grew back. The apistos were mean and fin-nipped the little guy, so I had to get him out of there. Once everyone gets to a decent size, I'll put the betta into the 10g so he has a decent sized tank to swim in. He clearly enjoys the 2.5g, but sometimes I just want him to have some more space.

Everyone's fish are doing well from the looks of things. Hope everyone is doing well also.


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He's a rather sturdy fellow,... this is second time being "run through the ringer" so to speak with my ignorance. First time was with a female convict. Never doing THAT again. Now, the apistos, which apparently were in too small of a space to have him being in there okay. They were fine with him in the bigger tank.
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Hi cleaned the glass,removed yet more duckweed,and some other plants and returned the shrimps which got caught up in the plants! amazing how they get 'tangled' up in the plant!
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