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Old 08-23-2021, 12:41 AM   #5241
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My tank

Here is a pic of my 37 gallon
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Old 08-29-2021, 07:10 PM   #5243
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Old 08-30-2021, 05:40 PM   #5244
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Vampire crab and babies

Come to find after 5 months of having my vampire crabs they have had lots of babies very happy
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Old 08-30-2021, 10:05 PM   #5245
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Come to find after 5 months of having my vampire crabs they have had lots of babies very happy
That's so exciting!!!! Congrats.
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Old 09-18-2021, 08:28 PM   #5246
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This is my 75 gallon. Still pretty new to the aquarium hobby. Not confident to go real plants. But I think Iím doing ok so far.

12 Tiger Barbs
8 neon tetras
5 false rummy nose tetras
5 orange rosy barbs
2 honey Gourami
5 giant danios
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Old 09-18-2021, 09:11 PM   #5247
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Old 09-19-2021, 12:58 AM   #5248
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This is my 75 gallon. Still pretty new to the aquarium hobby. Not confident to go real plants. But I think I’m doing ok so far.

12 Tiger Barbs
8 neon tetras
5 false rummy nose tetras
5 orange rosy barbs
2 honey Gourami
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Try starting with some very easy plants like Anubias and Java Fern, different shapes and colors, wide, narrow larger and smaller, lots of choices. These attach to the stones and DW.


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Very pretty planted tank, nice colors, textures and variety. Are you using CO2?
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My 120 liter Juwel

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New to haing fish again. Here is a shot of my 10 gallon tank.
Any advise is welcome. Thanks
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Nice tank keep up the good work
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New 29 gallon that Iíve had set up for 2 months now. Only have a betta, clown pleco, nerite snail, and 2 dwarf African underwater frogs so far. Slowly adding more fish and not rushing the process. Iím running 2 aquaclear 50 gallon filters on it at lowest flow setting with both filled with biofoam. It has a fully adjustable led light bar with full spectrum lights.Click image for larger version

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Looks good. Taking it slow is a very good idea. Sounds like room to grow with a bigger tank with that filtration
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Looks good. Taking it slow is a very good idea. Sounds like room to grow with a bigger tank with that filtration


Ya for sure, I like over filtration because it allows for more beneficial biological bacteria to grow in your filters and keep your tank clean and healthy. Plus the bonus if one filter ever conks out you still have one running
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Ya for sure, I like over filtration because it allows for more beneficial biological bacteria to grow in your filters and keep your tank clean and healthy. Plus the bonus if one filter ever conks out you still have one running
Not to get nit picky but the bacteria bed is based on the life in the tank and not the size or quantity of the pads in the filter or how many filters you have. Having more pad space means there is more space for bacteria to grow WHEN you get more life in the tank. It doesn't grow over time. It grows when there is more food to feed on ( a.k.a. ammonia. ) and shrinks when the food supply diminishes.

With all that said, the tank is nice looking.
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Not to get nit picky but the bacteria bed is based on the life in the tank and not the size or quantity of the pads in the filter or how many filters you have. Having more pad space means there is more space for bacteria to grow WHEN you get more life in the tank. It doesn't grow over time. It grows when there is more food to feed on ( a.k.a. ammonia. ) and shrinks when the food supply diminishes.



With all that said, the tank is nice looking.


Ya I know the science of it and it grows based on more nitrate and ammonia being available, but I wanted to have the space for it to grow.
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Ya I know the science of it and it grows based on more nitrate and ammonia being available, but I wanted to have the space for it to grow.
Just wanted to make sure you knew. Some people think that if you have a big filter you get a big bacteria bed no matter how many fish or how much life you have in the tank. It just doesn't work that way.
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