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Discussion in 'Fish and Aquarium - all types' started by Dennis, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. Dennis

    Dennis New Member

    Post a picture of your tank setups, im trying to get some ideas on how to decorate mine, so i want to see some samples.
     
  2. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    I'll skip the 3 gallons & pond because I don't think they'll be too helpful, but here's my other tanks:

    10 gallon:
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    20 gallon:
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    55 gallon:
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    75 gallon (actually, it doesn't look like this any more. I had to put a divider in so I removed most of the decorations):
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    -Chelle
     
  3. Dennis

    Dennis New Member

    where can i get dividers for a 55 gallon?
     
  4. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

  5. JxKIM89

    JxKIM89 New Member

    chelle... your tanks are frikin nice... what is the wooden thingy in the middle of ur 55 gallon? All of your tanks are very nice. How much did you spend on decors for all your tanks? :eek:
     
  6. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

    wow chelle i love the 75 gal. pitty it dosnt look like that anymore :cry:
    my old look that i have a picture of dosnt look that nice but i changed it all so it looks nice now, ill try get a picture.
     
  7. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Thankyou. :)

    That's actually rocks stacked up, not wood.

    As for cost, the little vase thing in the 10 gallon cost about 10¢ at a thrift store and the live plants cost about $10.

    The bricks in the 20 gallon cost about $3 and I got the plants at a craft store so they only cost about $12.

    In the 55 I spent about $5 on artificial plants, the 2 resin stump decorations did cost quite a bit ($25 each, I think) and the rocks where just left over pieces of flag stone from when whe where building our pond.

    The pot in the 75 gallon cost about $7. I can't remem $4, and the rocks where free.

    So I think that's about $80 total (not including the sand).

    -Chelle
     
  8. 3_second_memory

    3_second_memory New Member

    hey, t-chelle, in your first pic, whats the twig thing in the back? i lie it, and when your not looking im gunna pinch it! hehe.

    my main warm water 15gal is the whole natural bog wood plant thing.


    I went to a carboot and got a two toned piece of drift wood worth about £15 for £3 coz the bloke knew nothing about fish.

    :eek:
     
  9. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    The dark antler looking one on the left is driftwood and the lighter colored one on the right is made of rubber. I bought a box of used tank supplies at a yardsale a few weeks ago for $5 and it had a hood & light (what I was mainly wanting), HOB filter, under gravel filter, heater, a couple fake plants, and that driftwood & rubber branch thing.

    Oh, and that bunch of green things hanging down on the right is pothos roots. I have it in there to help control nitrAtes. And the 2 large leaved plants in the 2 back corners is pothos that is completely submerged. That stupid stuff is actually a house plant but it's doing better submerged than my fully aquatic plants. :roll:

    -Chelle
     
  10. 3_second_memory

    3_second_memory New Member

    I HAVE MOSS BALLS IN MY TANK THAT ARE MEANT TO CONTROL DIFFERENT THINGS, DOES ANYONE ELSE HAVE THEM?
     
  11. tina1

    tina1 New Member

    Yes, I have moss balls. But just for looks as I've heard they only really help conditions in the tank if there are tons of them in there. I do like to watch my pictus cat roll the ball around the tank too, it's the funniest thing I've ever seen :lol:
     
  12. 3_second_memory

    3_second_memory New Member

    mine just like to poo on it! lol
     
  13. OneWolvesDream

    OneWolvesDream New Member

  14. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

    haha thats funny
     
  15. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Here's what the 75 looks like now. As much as I hate doing it, I really hope I find Charlie a new home soon because I don't like keeping them in such small spaces. I can't keep them together and I can't get another tank. :(

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    -Chelle
     
  16. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

    so there not getting along anymore ?
     
  17. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    Nope. They suddenly turned on eachother and he almost killed her. In fact, in that picture, they're getting ready to charge at eachother through the divider.

    -Chelle
     
  18. Fish Addict

    Fish Addict New Member

    how did it happen did you have to remove either for a sickness or anything ?
     
  19. Nameless

    Nameless New Member

    Wow! t_chelle your 20 gallon tank is nice but ur 55 gallon tank is just utterly amazing! What fish are in those two if its not a problem?
     
  20. t_chelle16

    t_chelle16 New Member

    I did have him removed briefly for pop-eye treatment, but they had started getting aggressive towards eachother before that. They where showing some mating behavior before all this started so I think what happened is he wanted to breed but she didn't.

    No problem.

    The 55 has african cichlids:
    3 Pseudotropheus lombardoi (kennyi mbuna)
    2 P. socolofi (powder blue cichlid)
    3 Labidochromis caeruleus (yellow lab)
    2 Melanochromis auratus (golden cichlid)
    1 Aulonocara hybrid (ob peacock)
    1 pleco

    20 gallon is my fry grow out tank:
    5 pygmy cory cats (permanant residents)
    2 apple snails (permanant residents)
    10 M. auratus juvies (going to the LFS soon)
    10 L. caeruleus juvies (going to the LFS soon)
    4 kennyi/ob peacock fry (look like kennyi)
    3 goldfish fry (did have 11, but I put 8 of them back in the pond today)

    Actually, after I find a new home for Charlie, my plan is to move Sherbert to the 55 and move the africans to the 75 so I can get a couple more species to breed. I'm also hoping to try breeding some bettas soon.

    -Chelle
     

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