|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|07-02-2012 10:47 PM|
This tank is very quickly becoming a random fish tank/ community tank. I had a 3 Harlequin Rasaboras (spelling?) 2 zebra danios and a chinese algae eater.
The plants are getting really packed, I am going to trim the plants and move some to another tank. I am really starting to get a big collection going!
Pics later if I can get them on my computer! Ahhhhg!
|06-22-2012 02:36 PM|
|Zefrik||I just added a sailfin pleco (or at least that is what it looks like) to this tank. I kind of had to. I had posted another thread with the story about it a while ago. He has cleaned the tank up overnight though! I am astonished!|
|06-20-2012 12:16 AM|
|Zefrik||I forgot I also have rotala nanjenshan too.|
|06-20-2012 12:15 AM|
Originally Posted by crazydaz View Post
Java Windelov Fern
Oriental Sword (pink leaves)
Ludwigia Repens (Broad Leaf)
Needle Leaf Ludwigia
Purple Cabomba (one stem)
I also have one of those dwarf lily bulbs in there waiting for it to sprout.
I am planning on adding some crypts later along with some anubias. I am taking a break from buying plants so I am having to grow my own for this tank. So I am hoping I can get some of my other plants to grow faster.
|06-19-2012 10:12 PM|
We all have to start our tank from some starting point, bro!!
What plants do you have in there as of right now? I see a Rotala ("colorata" maybe?), a sword, a few different crypts, and a ludwigia (ovalis? repens?)....
|06-19-2012 09:08 PM|
|Zefrik||Btw! I am going to be changing the stand that it is on soon. I know that it probably is not at its safest on those black tables. Lol.|
|06-19-2012 09:07 PM|
55 gallon "Cheap Tank"
I have set up another tank.
I had a 55 gallon setup as an emersed tank but decided before moving to clean it out in set it up as a real planted tank once I moved. I had (still have) no money to put into this tank so I am letting things kind of just fall into place with this tank.
It has an aquaclear 70 for filtration, and it has a dual T8 shoplight sitting on the glass lid. There is no heater, co2, or fish. I add a bit of ferts every once in a while when I feel like it, and It gets a 20% water change a week. I am trying pool filter sand for the first time with this tank.
Since this tank is new algae such as diatoms are booming. And of course my ever so favorite bladder snails found there way into the tank as well.