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Old 09-12-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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hey everyone!!(:

Hello my name is Chris
I've always been fascinated by fish & aquariums
& I finally want to get more into the hobby
I have received 4 fish tanks from my uncle
2-100 gallons
1-125 gallons
1-20 gallons
& now its time for me to start up these tanks & make them beautiful tanks, what they deserve to be.
& I might be needing some advice from you guys
Thanks(:
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Old 09-12-2011, 04:55 PM   #2
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Hi Chris, and welcome to AA!

Those sure are a lot of big tanks! Either way, good luck with the builds. Any idea what type of tanks you'll be making?
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Old 09-12-2011, 05:10 PM   #3
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Welcome to Aquarium Advice! I would also like to know what kind of tanks these will be.
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They'll all be freshwater for sure since saltwater aquariums are a little more costly
I was thinking African cichlids in one tank
Bichirs in another tank
Also an arowana in another tank
But I want most tanks to be planted tanks if possible as well
Any advice would be great
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Old 09-12-2011, 06:34 PM   #5
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They'll all be freshwater for sure since saltwater aquariums are a little more costly
I was thinking African cichlids in one tank
Bichirs in another tank
Also an arowana in another tank
But I want most tanks to be planted tanks if possible as well
Any advice would be great
Sounds cool, I like Johanni cichlids (I think that is what they are called)(the ones with the neon blue,right?) if not, I like any cichlid with neon blue! I also like yellow labs!
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Sounds cool, I like Johanni cichlids (I think that is what they are called)(the ones with the neon blue,right?) if not, I like any cichlid with neon blue! I also like yellow labs!
Those are cool
I really like the demasoni cichlids
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