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Old 09-25-2011, 10:16 AM   #1
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I have been reading post on here for the past couple of months and have decided to make a profile. I have found a lot of very useful information on this site and i thank you all for that. I currently have several tanks set up in my house. I have a 125 gallon cichlid tank with a pair of blood red parrots, a pair of bolivian rams, 3 gold sevrums, a black ghost knife, golden dojo loach, rosy barbs and long fin danios. I also have a 29 gallon tank with angel fish, long fin danios and otocinclus, a 10 gallon community tank with tetras, a pair of mollys and a betta. a 29 gallon biocube with a pair of clowns, coral beauty, scooter blenny and cuc. a 14 gallon biocube with a pair of clowns and cuc. I will upload pics later today
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Old 09-25-2011, 10:19 AM   #2
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Sounds awesome! I can not wait to see pictures!




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Thank you I'm waiting for the batteries on my slr to charge up so I can upload good pics. Should be mid afternoon for most the pics. The parrots and ghost knife may be later in the day they only tend to come out early in the morn and late at night.
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Thank you I'm waiting for the batteries on my slr to charge up so I can upload good pics. Should be mid afternoon for most the pics. The parrots and ghost knife may be later in the day they only tend to come out early in the morn and late at night.
Sounds good. I'll be waiting LOL. I need to get a new camera. Do you like yours?
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Yes love it. Takes amazing pictures. I can't wait to get a better lense for it. Here is a pic from my xoom. I got this tank off someone who didn't take the best care of it. He had no clean up crew at all. I am in the process of getting rid of the algae but for what I paid for the tank live rock and fish I won't complain.
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Yes love it. Takes amazing pictures. I can't wait to get a better lense for it. Here is a pic from my xoom. I got this tank off someone who didn't take the best care of it. He had no clean up crew at all. I am in the process of getting rid of the algae but for what I paid for the tank live rock and fish I won't complain.
That's great! I love the Coral Beauty!
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Thank you. I love the coral beauty too. Adds great color to the tank.
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Here is a pic of the one pair of clownfish
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Here is a pic of the one pair of clownfish
They look very colorful and healthy! Nice pair.
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here are some pics of the tanks
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