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September 2010939 viewsThis tank is an 18 x 36 30 gallon breeder and was set up with pool filter sand as the substrate. I have approx 2WPG of T-5 HO lighting. I add no C02 or fertilization. I am running two Eheim ecco canister filters. Stocking is 15 Neon Tetras, 6 Corydoras, 1 BN pleco and 2 ghost shrimp.
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Newly Aquascaped 30 Gallon593 views
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Updated Pic552 viewsSwapped big piece of driftwood for some rocks - driftwood had to go with Pleco to 20 Gallon
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Pic of my tanks in LR486 viewsThat's my recliner in middle!
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Neons eating tubifex worms398 viewsPic of neons chowing down on their Saturday serving of tubifex worms stuck to glass. The dwarf loaches love them too and get in there for them but they are just too fast for the camera.
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Update Picture923 viewsPlants are filling in nicely. Added some Red Ludwigia and Moneywort to propagate later. Again, I use no C02 or ferts. I post these pics to show nicely planted tanks are possible with minimal costs.
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March Pic659 viewsOpened things up a little for Tiger Barbs for open swimming room
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Tiger Barbs724 views
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Dwarf (chain) Loach643 viewsClose up of loach amongst Tiger Barbs. They are very pretty and aggressive.
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Tiger Barb Tank605 viewsFinally have the tank looking like I want. Picture really does not do it justice.
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July 2011 502 viewsHardscape is way I want it and plants have filled in nicely. Loaches and Barbs love the rock formation and ottos hang out on driftwood and plants.
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