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Old 05-05-2015, 08:37 PM   #8251
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Pseudoplatystoma Tigrinum, a species of tiger shovelnose catfish.
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Old 05-05-2015, 09:10 PM   #8252
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Finished with the Bacopa Caroliniana on the 75g. Tank still needs a ton of work but one amazing thing is it seems my GSA has just disappeared overnight. I cleaned the tank really good late last week and it just hasn't come back at all. I've waited for this moment for months it's still on my rocks but I don't mind that. Glad it's off the glass though.
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The nano reef still making progress cycling. Did a top off. Can't wait for it to finish!
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I spread out a bit of the leftover Bacopa to my other tanks just as a test... Yes even the jack Dempsey tank.
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Also got some of the fish for the tank I'm building for a client temporary home for 2 more weeks till I can set up the tank. I wasn't assured stock so I did so preplanning and will get the rest sooner to the build date.
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Sterbai cories I'm in love. I wish I had some of these now but it's for their tank.
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Old 05-05-2015, 09:33 PM   #8253
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Finished with the Bacopa Caroliniana on the 75g. Tank still needs a ton of work but one amazing thing is it seems my GSA has just disappeared overnight. I cleaned the tank really good late last week and it just hasn't come back at all. I've waited for this moment for months it's still on my rocks but I don't mind that. Glad it's off the glass though.
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The nano reef still making progress cycling. Did a top off. Can't wait for it to finish!
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I spread out a bit of the leftover Bacopa to my other tanks just as a test... Yes even the jack Dempsey tank.
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Also got some of the fish for the tank I'm building for a client temporary home for 2 more weeks till I can set up the tank. I wasn't assured stock so I did so preplanning and will get the rest sooner to the build date.
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Sterbai cories I'm in love. I wish I had some of these now but it's for their tank.
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How many tanks do you have?????


20g long Baby Shark tank
10g Betta
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How many tanks do you have?????


20g long Baby Shark tank
10g Betta

6

2.5g crayfish tank/plant experiments

10g nano reef still cycling

10g Betta tank

45g small tropical community

40g Jack Dempsey cichlid species tank

75g planted larger community.

Around 80 fish total, 30+ species.

Maintain them all while working 60 hours a week


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Old 05-05-2015, 09:39 PM   #8255
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2.5g crayfish tank/plant experiments

10g nano reef still cycling

10g Betta tank

45g small tropical community

40g Jack Dempsey cichlid species tank

75g planted larger community.

Around 80 fish total, 30+ species.

Maintain them all while working 60 hours a week


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Dang. Serious respect for you.


20g long Baby Shark tank
10g Betta
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20g long Baby Shark tank
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Not enough
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Not enough

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Haha yep! My first project when i get my real job is to make a breeding rack with 15 or so tanks all plumbed into a central sump.
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Haha yep! My first project when i get my real job is to make a breeding rack with 15 or so tanks all plumbed into a central sump.

Hopefully after school I'll have me a real job (in just a contractor right now) and can set up some larger tanks or a bunch on nano ones. Haven't decided yet :p


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