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Old 09-22-2004, 11:39 AM   #1
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Hello! New to site

Hello!

I just thought I would go ahead and post an introductory note.

I currently live near Memphis, TN. I recently got back into aquariums, and in less than 3 months, I have gone from none to 8, at the moment!

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All tanks are heavily planted and have ghost shrimp.

55 gal- 2m/4f swordtails, 4 Panda Cories, 2 Juhli Cories, 2 Ottos (stocking not completed)
20 gal- 6 Dwarf Puffers, 1 Otto (will be 3 Ottos)
10 gal- Swordtail Fry (currently 7)
10 gal- 1m/1f Betta (purchasing some to breed)
10 gal- QT tank
5.5 gal- 1 Betta, Gerald
5 gal- 1m/1f Mickey Mouse Blue Platy
2 gal- pond snails (puffer food)
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welcome to AA!!! hope a like the site
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Old 09-22-2004, 12:47 PM   #3
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Ten tanks in 3 months! You got it bad, huh? Heck, isn't that what this life is all about? Doing what you want and enjoying it?

Good luck and welcome to AA!

Oh, and I see a QT tank on the list. I'm a saltwater guy, but good show anyway!
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Nice collection of tanks there. Happy to have a fellow addict here.
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Old 09-22-2004, 03:56 PM   #8
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Hmm, well if I had more money, I'd have more tanks! hehe

I do have some ideas for a 29 gallon to move certain swordtails for breeding. And I'd like a huge goldie tank....and I'd like a 180 gallon community. And then there is the 30 gallon brackish (Fig 8 puffers) I want to do... *sigh*

I read everything I can, love listening to advice (well, good advice!), and I ask a lot of questions! I tend to be a little overly concerned w/ my tanks, at least as far as my friends are concerned.

Thanks for the welcome, so far this forum has seemed a lot more positive than some others!

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