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Old 06-10-2010, 01:33 AM   #1
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New 10 Gallon Guppy Breeding Tank

Hey guys check out this video, I just set this tank up last week.
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YouTube - 10 Gallon Guppy Breeding Tank -cheap and easy setup-


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Old 06-11-2010, 11:16 AM   #2
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I didn't have the sound on, but it doesn't look like anything really special. The yarn mops are common for egg layers, but I don't really think they're necessary for guppies. I suppose they make a good hiding spot for the fry, but I like bushy plants better.
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The reason I don't have more plants in this tank is because I don't have any lighting. I chose the mops over breeding nets so that the fish could be more relaxed and reduce the chance of a miscarriage.
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I didn't notice that it was your tank. I thought you were asking if it was a good idea to mimic the tank. Your fry will appreciate the hiding places. Did you remove the rim from the top of the tank?
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Hey, no I didn't remove the rim, the tanks apparently called all glass. I think it would look a lot better if there wasn't black silicon around the edges but what can you do.
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Some people think the black silicone is more stylish. Just making sure you weren't setting yourself up for a flood.
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