55 gallon and two 29-gallon tanks with aquabridge
Some pictures of my aquariums as they look this month...They are all works in progress, of course....particularly now, soon after a plague.
The 55-gallon houses a powder blue dwarf gourami, six glowlight tetras, five neons, and two baby horseface loaches that may need to be rehomed into a larger tank as they grow. Plants are anubias, dwarf sagittaria, sagittaria subulata, java fern, and swords. The flame gourami was visiting the tank when this picture was taken, but he was pretty miserable there, as the other gourami resented his presence. He is now happily home in the two 29-gallons (He's crossing the aquabridge between them in the third picture).
The two 29-gallons house the flame dwarf gourami, a betta, and ten neon tetras. Plants are limophila heterophylla, dwarf sagittaria, anubias, and a tiny bucephalandra. I lost a bunch of plants after medicating for a plague--particularly all my java moss at the top, which used to look like foliage for the trees. Worst, I lost some fish, which is why all the tanks are lightly stocked.
The glass aquabridge is a new addition, as is the railroad track in the tank on the right. The first aquabridge had to be removed because it leaked. The gourami loves the bridge--crosses it many times per hour and spends a lot of time just hanging out up there. The betta uses it occasionally. So far I have seen one neon tetra up there, but he did not cross all the way.
I adore my fish and wanted to show them to other people who understand this passion. Also wanted to post some pictures now so that I have something to compare in the future as these works in progress continue...
joy to the fishes in the deep blue sea
55, 30, 30, 20, 10, and 10-gal. freshwater tropical tanks