My Tanks

Discussion in 'Full tank shots' started by Scaly, Jan 11, 2009.

  1. Scaly

    Scaly Therapeutic

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    Complete Setup.

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    Tank 1 - Commnity tank- 2 Golden Gouramis, 2 Dwarf Gouramis, 6 Zebra Danios, 6 Neons, 4 Yoyos, 2 Bolivian rams, 1 Pleco

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    Tank 2 - Species 4 Texas Cichlids, 3 Yoyos, 1 Pleco

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    Tanks 3,4,5 - Female Guppies, African Jewels, Male Guppies -Holding net for controlled mating. (Note- due to space contraints, the guppy tanks are sideways. They are the same size as the middle tank)

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    Tank 6- Species Tank (Soon to be Discus) Currently 4 Blue Rams, 2 Bronze Corys, 6 Cardinals, 1 Peacock spiney eel

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    Tank 7 Fry Tank (This is behind all the other tanks-there is a walk-in space behind the tanks) Guppy fry about 150, 1 Butterfly pleco, 1 plec, snails.

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  3. Rory

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    Wow that's like twice as many tanks as some shops I have been in... :p
     
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    Scaly

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  5. spikey

    spikey I am THE fish.

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    Scaly, that's an awsm setup!

    Tell me, that baboon skull you have in there, is that a real one or not? Reason I'm asking is that i had a meerkat's skull in my tank it started to dissintegrate. After a while, I lost 2 or 3 fish, and it turned out that that was causing the deaths. I didn't lose any more fish months after that though.
     
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    Scaly

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    I ha te to admit, but it is a plastic moulded one... I do not like anything plastic in a tank. Having said that it suits the setup I have there, sort of a desolate theme.... I got it at Bright water commons. They also have a Warthog skull, but that would have been overkill for the tank size. The fish luv it!
     
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    We had the pleasure of seeing this setup in person last week and must say that alot of work went into it and it looks great! :bigsmile:
     
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    Scaly

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    Thanks!

    Just a pity you were there while I was busy doing my water changes and clean ups!
     
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    thats something new way to go man really nice
     

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