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|11-21-2012 10:54 PM|
Here's a quick pic of the room
Some neglected tanks (haven't been touched since the move for over a month besides a couple of water changes.
Out of control glosso!
One of the tanks that stayed intact a Lil better than some of the others. Which is actually my oldest and first planted tank.
|11-19-2012 03:18 AM|
|knuggs||My fishroom has been completely moved to my new house now I just need to clean them up! They have been sloshed around and neglected for over a month. Maybe I will post some rough pics later and that way we can see the transformation better if I ever get time because this new house is a never ending project. Guess thats what I get for going for a foreclosure that has sat for 2yrs. Def. gonna love my new fish room though it has more room and may add up to 10 more 10gs even though I like bigger tanks better the 10s are so much easier to move. The 75g was a PITA specially with over 3+ inches of eco complete still in it. NO way I was goin to take the Bario Crypts out of the dirt. I will have some pics up of there growth in my main tank journal since it is now the new main|
|08-13-2012 12:35 AM|
|knuggs||Well hopefully you will get to one day! I used to wish too :P|
|08-12-2012 07:30 PM|
|flowerfishs||I wish I can have a fish room like that..|
|08-12-2012 07:22 PM|
Thanks, Don! Yeah I got lucky my gf loves my hobby and encourages it. Can't wait to get my new house so I can expand and create more species only tanks. Sometimes my collectoritis exceeds my tank space.
I agree completely, crypt patches are a lot more beautiful and natural than just singles. Just takes awhile to get them like that. I wouldn't mind seeing a pic of your Keei patch.
|08-10-2012 06:34 PM|
Nice tanks, Lucas! And, sandwich!
My wife said "no" to the fishroom idea I had a long time ago.....so cool to see such a cluster of micro-habitats together, IMO.
That hudori patch is really nice looking! I have a keei patch that is similar to that. They look better in patches as opposed to single specimens!
|08-10-2012 02:24 AM|
|knuggs||Thanks Fishboy! I'm moving soon, so hopefully I can get a bigger room and maybe a bigger tank too, I'm thinking something in the 200g range|
|08-09-2012 01:35 AM|
|fishboy199413||It looks like you have fun with your tanks by the look of that sandwhich . I wish I could have all of those tanks and fish. You have alot of my favorite fish, I'm jealous. Keep up the good work.|
|08-09-2012 12:52 AM|
Thanks! The full name is: Venezuelan Pygmy Cory (Corydoras habrosus). Here's some quick FTS(not the best pic). I'm actually in the middle of readjusting a lot of them and sold quite a bit to make some room. The red markings in the tank are my notes for what I'm doing with my tanks. It's easy to vision but takes time to develop.
Main 40b Ornate Rainbows, Clown Loaches, Blue Tetras, Glolite Danios, Red Eye Tetra, Pristella Terta, SAE, Kuhli Loach, and Cherry shrimp
29g Glass cats, Bleeding Heart Tetras, Bluefin Killies, and Orange, Yellow, Blue Pearl and Cherry Shrimp
75g Baby grow out tank Ornate and Dwarf Neons Currently. As well as Orange shrimp, Juhli Cories, Long fin Cories, Venezuelan Pygmy Cories, and Banded Pymgy Cories
20g Peacock Goby Breeding and Blue Pearl shrimp tank
10g Yellow shrimp and Pygmy Cories
40b Orange/Pumpkin and Blue Auras and Super Tiger shrimp tank
40b Blue Pearl, CRS, and CBS shrimp tank
40b Dwarf Neon Rainbow breeding tank and cherry shrimp
29g Cherry and fish fry tank
10g Golden Bee tank
10g Yellow and fish fry tank
14g Cardinal Shrimp tank
Here's a pic of the Hudoroi, Don.
And my other Bario
And a random pic of my lunch, such a happy sandwich
|08-08-2012 11:42 PM|
Sweet goby and anubias, Lucas!!! That cory is extra, extra tiny! Do you know the scientific name for that species? Corydoras "what".....venezuela??
Any full tank shots?
|08-08-2012 11:26 PM|
Here's a few quick random IPhone pics. I will try and get some FTS when I get some time.
Bronze crypt growing hydro in Riccia been growing for a couple months now
|06-16-2012 10:25 PM|
Originally Posted by crazydaz View Post
Thats was thinking the same with the Hydrocotyle. Yeah its cool how it will grow real short in high light but will get tall in low light. That tank is a 40b.
Originally Posted by diwu13 View Post
Originally Posted by green_valley View Post
|06-16-2012 08:57 PM|
|green_valley||You addict people........hahahah, same here knuggs. I love your room.|
|06-16-2012 08:50 PM|
|diwu13||Haha that ricca is so fluffy! Knuggs I have a random question for you... In my tanks ricca does HORRIBLY. But mosses and pella do fine. Any ideas why this happens?|
|06-16-2012 07:31 PM|
I wish my wife would let me have more than one tank........
Looks good, knuggs!!! I think the hydrocotyle species in there is verticillata...I had some that would send up similar leaves if they were in a shady location. It looks cool, though, especially in that picture!
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