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In this section I would like to profile YOUR tanks!. Please send me your photos with a brief description of the animals and plants as well as any other information you feel is relevant. Include your web site and Email as I will post them with your photos as a link, if you request it. Freshwater or saltwater tanks will be accepted.
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Tank size:55 Gallon
My tank isn't as pretty as many of the others, but we are getting there!
The line up is:
For the longest time we had a 10 gallon tank. As you can see from the size of
our pleco (right side of the angled picture of the tank) we needed something
larger. :-) We just recently got the 55 gallon tank in the picture set up and
The main highlights are the two oldest of the fish. The one gourami and the
pleco are excellent specimens of their species. The gourami is quite friendly,
when ever I approach the tank it's always there to greet me. The pleco is a
crotchety old fellow, but rounds out the tank quite nicely.
As we update the tank I'll post more pictures to keep everyone updated.
- 3 red swordfish
- 3 tetras
- 2 gouramis (1 young, 1 old)
- 1 pleco
I've made a few modifications to my 55 gallon tank. Added a few plants, I'm
using all artificial (plastic and silk) for ease of tank maintenance, and a
few formations for the pleco.
As you can probably see, I've more or less started this tank from scratch.
Even though we had a 10 gallon tank before, we never spent the time to
actually find out what we were doing and lost a lot of fish.
We got lucky at the start of the cycle as we used two ornaments from the old
tank that had good colonies of bacteria on them.
This tank is two weeks old. It is cycling well, we've made it through the
ammonia spike, nitrite and nitrate levels are staying low. The pH level of the
tank is nominal. I'd like to say this is from good care, but I believe it has
more to do with the filtration. Which is powered by an Aqua-Tech 60 power
filter (330 gph) (think Penguin 330 without biowheel).
All I really need now is a backdrop to cover the wires and I think I will be
well on my way to a nice tank.