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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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- From: Auckland, New Zealand
- Age: 27
- Experience: Seasoned Hobbyist
- I have just re-setup my old community tank - would love to
have more large tanks but as space is limited - we'll just go
with this one for the moment.
- Tank Stats: * Tank reestablished May 3, 2002
- * 36x15x18 - ~40G Setup
- * Running 2x Internal Filters - Fluval 2 and Fluval 3
- * Arcadia Light System (Power Glo tube)
- * Temp: 26 degrees
- * Pea Grade "Autumn Harvest" gravel for substrate
- * Sand Pit for loaches and other bottom dwellers
- * 30% Water change weekly
- * Furnished with driftwood, alpine schist, desert agate, live
and fake plants, Mayan Temple, and an artificial log for the
Black Ghost Knife who oddly doesn't use it but prefers to be
out during the day.
- * Feeding with Tetramin Pro (crisps), Wardley Spirilina Disks,
frozen bloodworm, live daphnia and whiteworm, Nutrafin Sinking
Tablets and fresh zucchini, peas, and blanched spinach.
- Inhabitants: All Juveniles * Balloon Kissing Gourami * Black
Ghost Knifefish (3 1/2 inches) * Blue Rams * Bristlenose Pleco
(1 1/2 inches - very tiny) * Clown Loach (2 1/2 inches) * Glowlight
Sunset Platies * Sunset Wag Platies * Harlequin Rasboras * Neon
Tetras * Porthoplo Catfish * Red Leopard Lyretail Sailfin Molly
Pair * Cobalt Blue Neon Dwarf Gourami Male * Moonlight Gourami
- My tank has grown in stages - I add/take out/refurnish at
least a little with each water change.
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