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Old 01-20-2012, 11:56 PM   #1
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I've been in aquariums for a little over 4 years and loving it! I have five in total: 60 gallon cichlids, 47 community, 10 guppies and live plants, 3.5 vacant betta tank, and a 2 gal betta and ADF tank.

I'm also into herpetology, I have currently 3 lizards: bearded dragon, Yoshi 5 years old; Crested Gecko, Taco 1 year old; Tokay gecko, Jacobi unknown age.

I mostly love guppies and bettas. My 10 gallon as a variety of male guppies and cobra endlers, shrimp, snails, and a very friendly betta.
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Please don't forget about the toxins in some corals (like zoas and palythoas)
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Thank you! Can't wait to get involved!!
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Thank you! Can't wait to get involved!!
Great! This is such a fantastic website, the members are friendly, and you can get almost any question answered.
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Welcome! You should post some pics of your fishies!
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Old 01-21-2012, 12:19 AM   #6
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My 60 gallon is nutty looking from the algae all over. but I will post some now


Ok, here is the 60 gallon. I need to clean it out, drives my parents nuts. But I don't mind the algae so much. But it has two parrot fish, 2 black convicts, 1 synodontis, 1 feather fin catfish, 2 spotted raphaels, and 2 eclipses. The feather fin and raphaels are my boyfriend's, and the eclipses were dropped off at my work because they ate their neons *sigh*


47 gallon contains a lot of tetras. And some odd and ends of fish, again lol, donated to me from customers. example: my blue gourami and variatus


10 gallon live plants. This was a hell of a tank before I redid the fert substrate. I had a legit handful of flame moss I removed because I got tired of it. But now i have Wendtii and Dwarf Hair Grass. I have guppies of various types, zebra nerites, ghost shrimp, cherry shrimp, and a betta. The betta was actually bought solid white, named him Jelly. The food I give him turned him red. I was very shocked and sad, lol.


2 gallon just bought today. other betta died, this was going to be is tank. so right now it has my two frogs in it til i get my new betta


That is all!! I'd post my reptiles but I feel like it would take up a lot of space, LOL.
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