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Old 04-17-2011, 12:33 PM   #1
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Here's Some Shots of My Tanks

I'm really bored, today I did my pwc's on all my tanks so I figured I'd take a few shots.

Red Zebra Fry Tank


paralyzed Johanni tank


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29g SW LR only for now


The 125g FW African Tank


The 55g reef and some of my favorite things inside it!


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nice tanks
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Old 04-17-2011, 12:49 PM   #3
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nice tanks

Why, thanks very much! I'm adding a 7th on wednesday, a 29g BioCube.
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your welcome,whats going into the 29?
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Old 04-17-2011, 12:55 PM   #5
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Wow you have so many tanks! Even though I doubt I'd have enough time to take care of that many I still wish I could have them! lol. Great job!!
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Old 04-17-2011, 01:01 PM   #6
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I plan on putting designer clowns in, maybe 2 candycane gobies and a blenny. Nothing to crazy. Was hoping to get a mandarin but we'll have to see.

Yeah, reiner, they are ALOT of work. Takes a good morning to do all the pwc's then there's the testing! hehe...thanks for the compliment
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Old 04-17-2011, 01:01 PM   #7
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Now I'm tempted to post pics of all my tanks. Sadly not are are so picturesque.
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Please, post away! we all love pics!
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Old 04-17-2011, 01:54 PM   #9
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nice stocking list,i wish i could do saltwater,but ive heard there a lot more work.and from what ive seen,really pricey.
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Yeah they can be real expensive to start. It's so different from FW but so much alike in different ways. I'm actually more partial to my sw tanks now and I was a freshie girl at first. lol
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those are all awesome tanks! What all do you have in the 125g?

That is so cool that you this many tanks.. if only I could. lol No room at place. Just enough for a 29g and a 10g on the same stand.
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those are all awesome tanks! What all do you have in the 125g?

That is so cool that you this many tanks.. if only I could. lol No room at place. Just enough for a 29g and a 10g on the same stand.

Thanks very much! I don't have a spare spot in the entire house LOL.

I have alot of cool haps and peacocks in the 125g. I've got red peacocks, red empress', giraffes, yellow peacocks and a few others. Still not fully grown, they are just getting their colors now.
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Thanks very much! I don't have a spare spot in the entire house LOL.

I have alot of cool haps and peacocks in the 125g. I've got red peacocks, red empress', giraffes, yellow peacocks and a few others. Still not fully grown, they are just getting their colors now.
That's the way to be! lol

That sounds like an awesome setup... great work!

(i'm just curious as far as numbers, how many of each do you have and how much room do you have to spare?) I wanna get peacocks down the road but I'm not sure what size tank I can have them in.
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I had a 55g with mbuna mostly and just 8 of the haps. I rehomed 14 mbuna and kept 2 and the 8 haps. I now have 18 total in my 125g. The giraffes get to about a foot long so we had to upgrade. I;m not sure how many you could put in a 55g, not very many I'd think. With mbuna you overstoc to control aggression but it's not the same with the haps and peacocks.
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Hey Carey, nice looking tanks. How's the zebra fry doing? I kind of miss mine. It's fun watching the little guys grow.
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wow! great tanks! im new at this and having trouble picking out cool decor!
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Hey Carey, nice looking tanks. How's the zebra fry doing? I kind of miss mine. It's fun watching the little guys grow.

The zebra fry are growing soo fast! It will be another 2 maybe 3 weeks before I can bring them in.
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wow! great tanks! im new at this and having trouble picking out cool decor!

Thanks for the compliment!

Just go with what you feel looks right. Some of my tanks look kinda cool some I know are just to my taste. lol

I'd get a great background first, kinda sets the tone for everything.

Good luck, and welcome to the forum! Lots of great information and people here!
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You have amazing tanks haha, i think i might steal some ideas from yours to go into my 10 gallon tank when i get it
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You have amazing tanks haha, i think i might steal some ideas from yours to go into my 10 gallon tank when i get it

Thanks for looking! I try something different every time. Still haven't found the perfect tank yet. lol
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