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    20g, 40g and 55g

    Hi all, this thread is dedicated to all of my aquariums at once because I'd rather have all my information in one spot. I currently have a 20g, 40g breeder and a 55g. I'm in college now but I started when I was in 6th grade and have had the 20g and 55g since then. My main focus is the 40 gallon while the other two are kind of my play ground for what ever.

    In my 20 gallon I have:
    2 - kuhli loaches (5 years old)
    5 - glowlight danios
    ? - danio fry

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    The adult danios really seem to prefer the 20 gallon over the other tanks, it is the only one they will readily breed in and their colors are more vibrant. Probably because of the large mass of moss in the back so they'll be the permanent residents. I'm hoping to breed either CRS or OEBT shrimp as soon as i have the money to do so.







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    40 gallon:
    12 - glowlight danios
    4 - habrosus cories
    1 - black skirt tetra (11 years old!)
    1 - siamese algae eater
    3 - steel blue killifish fry
    1 - cherry shrimp stowaway


    I hope to enter this one in the aga contest one day but it needs a lot more work, first i need to get rid of the vals and some of the crypts, im not sure with what though (open to trades )

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    55 gallon:
    a pair of steel blue killifish

    This tank is just kind of there, it rarely needs service and I have no money for it. I have to admit its nice having a spare tank running to put fish in in an emergency or experiment with breeding. If i could I would get freshwater pipefish that i saw at a lfs

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    20g Present

    I have two anubius flowers for the first time! can they pollinate each other?

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    40g present

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    Nice tanks! Love the wood in the 40g and the crypt "forest" look in the 55g is pretty cool.
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    Beautiful tanks! this is growing so nice, no co2 on this right?
    6 Bolivian Rams, 5 baby Geophagus St., 9 Black Phantom Tetra's, 3 Blue Gourami, 4 Synodontis Petricola
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOJIRADOR View Post
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    Nice tanks which you have lot to learn.

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    nope no c02 or fertilizer except for the 40g which has flourite and flourish excel. i forgot to mention that i have a hair algae problem in the 40g hence the excel. hopefully a few amano shrimp will eliminate it. the wood is 4 different pieces screwed together. I got lucky when i went searching for decor by the river as that was the only wood i collected and it ended up being just what i wanted



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    do you still have the large crypts for sale?
    w00t!



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