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03-12-2013 05:53 AM
Sethjohnson30
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

I'm not really a fan of the bowfront tanks anymore I planned on swapping it out for a 75 anyway. I still have 8 other tanks I would like to focus more of my planted tank time on my farm rack project
03-12-2013 05:51 AM
Sethjohnson30
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

1985 BMW 325i stroker(2.7i)
03-12-2013 05:11 AM
Neatfish That blows. What motor build?
03-12-2013 04:52 AM
Sethjohnson30
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

This project is ending...... I need $ for my motor build and maintaing nine tanks with a 1 year old isn't working.

Tank is for sale
03-07-2013 04:07 AM
Sethjohnson30
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

I've been pretty lazy with all my tanks since I got my drivers license back after 6 years......my car has been sitting the whole time so I've been dumping all my time/and money into that.

This tank has been sitting empty in my living room for a month or so.

Here's the plan
Ray 2
Dirt
Co2
Haven't decided on fish yet(roselines are in my low tech now)


Here's the new scape possibly

I'm thinking of dsm with dhg
Haven't decided on other plants yet

What do you guys think?
02-13-2013 05:05 AM
Sethjohnson30
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

What substrate should I go with. I'm strongly considering dirt, jus because it's dirt cheap lol
02-06-2013 09:28 PM
Sethjohnson30
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

Started the year down last night, I put all the plants in 10g holding tanks



I also took off the t5 and put it on my other 72 temporarily

I put on a 20w and 10w floodlight led just for viewing light......I really like te shimmer with theses LEDs....I was staring at this tank all night last night im pretty exited to rescape it after I move.
01-25-2013 12:14 PM
Sethjohnson30
Seth's 72g, the never ending project.

I get to move all my tanks soon not looking forward to moving 5 tanks
12-02-2012 06:27 AM
Amandas tank I fed the same except some tubifex worms and brine shrimp. Their fav was definetely the Brine Shrimp. It looked like a shark feeding frenzy!
12-02-2012 04:16 AM
Sethjohnson30 I'm feeding 2-3 cubes of bloodworms a day, some flakes and they are always steeling "jakes veggie sticks" from my nerites an Amanos
12-02-2012 04:12 AM
Amandas tank We are on the same boat far as pictures go. I don't have a camera either and my cell is only good with outdoor pictures.

They eat so fast, that it's rare any food drops to the bottom. I'm glad they are looking so good for you! What all do you feed them?

I fed mine 4 times a day. I varied the food at each feeding. They were very bright and colorful. They got a new home pretty fast! They were very impressive in the tank next to the juveniles. The largest was about 5".
12-02-2012 03:53 AM
Sethjohnson30 Thanks, the pictures don't do it any justice I'm a horrible photographer and all I have is an iPhone. I wish people could see it how I do. My roselines are definetly growing well. I've started feeding them a lot more lately. I've always worried about over feeding so my fish never grow. Now that I feed 2-3 times a day these guys are growing fast! An there color just keeps getting deeper and deeper. Ussually when I see older/larger roselines I feel sorry for them they always look so terrible at larger sizes but mine seem to be looking quite nice.
12-02-2012 03:48 AM
Amandas tank I was glad to see my Roselines gone, but man yours look fantastic in that tank! That setup is perfect IMHO. The layout of everything is great!
12-02-2012 03:41 AM
Sethjohnson30 A few update shots I got a few more plants, things have grown a little
12-02-2012 03:34 AM
Sethjohnson30 Might as well as this pic to all my tank journals
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