January 18, 2015
This is going to be my mix tank. With the fish that don't really seem to go with any of the other tanks. One of them, a black molly, needs to be watched closely for any return of a fungus she had a few months back. The baby guppies need to be in a larger tank than the 2 gallon they are in. The goldfish needs a larger tank that it's 10 gallon. So, I thought I'd put them all in the 30 gallon. Yes, I know, they are not the most compatible fish, but they should all be fine (Maybe...)
Here's pictures of what I've got so far:
30 gallon (Still cycling)
Goldfish (with the mollies, they show up in a few pictures I think.)
Current Tank Readings:
<0.5ppm Ammonia (dosing to around 4ppm daily)
We're getting there (and these are based off last time I tested.)
Plans for plants:
Amazon sword, anubias nana, hornwort, and a crypt are what I'm planning on getting. Going to get them on Friday.
Well, wish me luck! Hopefully the tank is ready soon, it's been cycling for a while. We're getting there, though.
55 gallon -- 2 angelfish, 1 female mollies, 9 guppies, 3 SAE, 1 High fin spotted pleco// 20 gallon -- 5 Serpae Tetra, 3 skirt tetra, 4 black neon tetra // 5.5 gal -- 1 male betta, 1 Emerald Rasbora, 2 Ember tetra // 30 gallon tall --1 oranda goldfish, 1 black moor goldfish // 10 gallon -- 6 Leopard Danios // Recent losses / gains -- 1 High-fin spotted pleco