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Pictures of your Aquariums

Started by SoldierPmr, August 17, 2023, 10:17:22 PM

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SoldierPmr

I thought I'd start this one off.

My Malawi tank. With yellow labs and electric blue haps and 1 bristle nose
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Originally this is my Betta tank. Thought it died a couple of years ago. It still has neons as the majority 1 rummy nose 5 Corey's and cherry shrimp.

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SoldierPmr

This is what it looked like originally.
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Wildfisher

Very nice. In the old days we always called these Bettas "Siamese Fighting Fish" :)

Fishtales

Quote from: admin on August 18, 2023, 07:59:51 AMVery nice. In the old days we always called these Bettas "Siamese Fighting Fish" :)

They used to be kept in partitioned tanks or glass jars next to each other so they would display and show themselves off.
Don't worry, be happy.
Sandy
Carried it in full, then carry it out empty.
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Wildfisher

The fighter was the first fish I ever bred. The male built his bubble nest in a heavily planted tank amidst the floating duckweed. Fascinating to see. They say the fighter is one of the easiest fish to breed.  :)

Troot

I inherited an old, empty tank at work. Put it in our shared office and it has really brightened things up. We are trying to plant it heavily and have endler guppies (plenty babies!), tetras and 2 corys. Also plenty pink ramshorn snails.


I also have a pond in which we keep 5 golden trout. Got them at fingerling size but now weighing in around 3lb. Will try to get a good photo of them. My 7yr old and I did once fish one out...lets just say the catch and release didn't go so well...

Wildfisher


Fishtales

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Very nice. That floating Azolla will take over the surface of the tank and no light will reach the planted plants and it will only take a few days :).

https://www.reddit.com/r/PlantedTank/comments/qh6azi/the_downside_to_azolla_in_high_light_tanks/
Don't worry, be happy.
Sandy
Carried it in full, then carry it out empty.
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Troot

Yeah I literally just cleared out the floating plant yesterday. Got plenty duckweed in there too which is annoying. Seems to be getting a balance now...I put far too much ferts in the substrate at the beginning and we had green water for a long time. The Amazon swords love it though...

I've always fancied a shrimp tank but never tried. Maybe the next addition to the office...

Troot

Must give a shout out the Riverside aquaria near Broxburn - super nice to see a local aquatics shop still going. Great fish, plants and advice.

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