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my tank

by mike lively from upstate ny / USA
In the hobby since 2005.

Description

  • Category: African
  • Tank size: 48x18x21 inches = 78 gallons
  • Tank size: 121x45x53 cm = 295 liters


Decoration

  • Gravel: medium sized stones
  • Plants: misc. fake

    fake coral

Technics

  • Light:
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration:


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CESAR MERCADO » posted 2007/11/15 07:35 pm
NICE
Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/16 07:29 am

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140 gallon central american

by roman back from somerset, kentucky / USA
In the hobby since 1995.

Description

  • Category: American
  • Tank size: 73x24x24 inches = 182 gallons
  • Tank size: 185x60x60 cm = 688 liters

    140 gallon tank. has tahitian moon sand, fluaval fx5 filter. one large 60lb white marble rock. assorted plants. houses 2 jack dempseys, 2 firemouths, convict, green terror, asian needlenose gar, 2 cory cats, royal pleco and 2 red crabs.

Decoration

  • Gravel: tahitan moon sand
  • Plants: assorted

    60lb slab of white marble, 10-20 small smooth creek rocks.

Technics

  • Light: 2 36" strips.. 1 attinic bulb in each
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: fluaval fx5

    GET RED CRABS.. THEY WILL KEEP THE TANK BOTTOM CLEAN!!!

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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/15 11:09 am
Lori Kaspar » posted 2007/11/15 09:52 pm
What size of red crabs? I'm afraid my convicts would eat anything small.
Davis Snedeker » posted 2007/11/22 03:14 pm
would the crabs go with Mbuna's?

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Oscar with his friends

by jill fig from Nor cal / USA
In the hobby since 06.

Description

  • Category: American
  • Tank size: 48x14x20 inches = 58 gallons
  • Tank size: 121x35x50 cm = 219 liters


Decoration

  • Gravel: Pebbles
  • Plants: artificial because the damn convicts kept uprooting the live ones


Technics

  • Light:
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: 300gph

    Only been a cichlid hobbyist for a year. any advice helps.

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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/15 11:09 am
Mick Karry » posted 2007/11/17 12:40 am

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main tank.(for now)

by martin odea from melbourne / AUS
In the hobby since 1978.

Description

  • Category: American
  • Tank size: 96x24x24 inches = 239 gallons
  • Tank size: 243x60x60 cm = 904 liters

    10mm with a 12mm base, heavily braced with 12mm. pine cabinet and hood. made by me.

Decoration

  • Gravel: 3&4mm gravel and 40-60mm ornimental stone
  • Plants: nil. it is a wast of time and money, and impossable to maintain living plant. plastic plant for orniment ok, live plant for food only.


Technics

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  • Filtration:


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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/15 11:10 am

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20 gallon high

by devon dimitri from cadillac,michigan / USA
In the hobby since may of 07.

Description

  • Category: African
  • Tank size: 12x24x21 inches = 26 gallons
  • Tank size: 30x60x53 cm = 98 liters


Decoration

  • Gravel:
  • Plants:


Technics

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  • Filtration:


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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/15 11:11 am
karrie edwards » posted 2007/11/22 12:13 am

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main tank. 4 x oscars 2 x geo's 1 x silver shark

by martin odea from melbourne / AUS
In the hobby since 1978.

Description

  • Category: American
  • Tank size: 96x24x24 inches = 239 gallons
  • Tank size: 243x60x60 cm = 904 liters

    10mm with a 12mm base, heavily braced with 12mm. pine cabinet and hood. made by me.

Decoration

  • Gravel: 3&4mm gravel and 40-60mm ornamental stone
  • Plants: nil. it is a wast of time and money, and impossible to maintain living plant. plastic plant for ornament ok, live plant for food only.

    the occasional pot or slate and feeder fish.

Technics

  • Light: 2x4ft aqua grow fluro, 1x4ft uv fluro built into hood.
  • Light-Duration: 4.30pm-10.30pm-7 days.
  • Filtration: fluval fx5.
    1500 ltr/hr pool filter to polish, once a week after gravity vacume and 25% water change.
    1200 ltr/hr otto power head for circulation, aeration and to break surface tension.

    1x 300 watt aqua one heater

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Chris Miller » posted 2007/11/14 07:41 am
Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/14 08:25 am
CESAR MERCADO » posted 2007/11/14 09:51 pm
Joe & Christie » posted 2007/11/17 01:58 pm
ziggi tapp » posted 2007/11/18 08:50 am
such a nice tank but boring as hell
James Martin » posted 2007/11/18 08:58 am
I agree with ziggi you need to do some "aquascaping" the hard ware is really nice. Take some time and setup the inside as nicely as you have done outside :)

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2 60 gal malawi tanks

by devon dimitri from cadillac,michigan / USA
In the hobby since may of 07.

Description

  • Category: Lake Malawi
  • Tank size: 0x0x0 inches = 0 gallons
  • Tank size: 0x0x0 cm = 0 liters

    48"x22"x12"

Decoration

  • Gravel:
  • Plants: fake

    slate

Technics

  • Light:
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: sponge and power filters


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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/15 11:11 am
karrie edwards » posted 2007/11/22 12:14 am

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ram tank update pic

by Dan Noon from niagara falls / CAN
In the hobby since 1983.

Description

  • Category: American
  • Tank size: 28x14x18 inches = 30 gallons
  • Tank size: 71x35x45 cm = 113 liters


Decoration

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  • Plants:


Technics

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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/13 03:26 pm
Jerry Goebert » posted 2007/11/13 04:31 pm
Very nice...more plants would be better
karrie edwards » posted 2007/11/19 03:18 pm
nice
Pete WATERDOG » posted 2009/03/07 10:22 pm
looks good dan.

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happy tank! fern garden2

by romano CRUZ from VALENZUELA / PHL
In the hobby since 2007.

Description

  • Category: Lake Tanganyika
  • Tank size: 0x0x0 inches = 0 gallons
  • Tank size: 0x0x0 cm = 0 liters


Decoration

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  • Plants:


Technics

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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/13 03:27 pm

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Berto's Microcosm

by Alberto Farinas from rochester / USA
In the hobby since September 2007.

Description

  • Category: Lake Malawi
  • Tank size: 0x0x0 inches = 0 gallons
  • Tank size: 0x0x0 cm = 0 liters


Decoration

  • Gravel: Cichlid sand
  • Plants:

    Assorted corals

Technics

  • Light:
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: 2 20 gallon filters


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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/13 06:17 am
Don C » posted 2007/11/15 11:30 pm  
What? How do you do your water?Africans high ph oscars south am.low ph?
karrie edwards » posted 2007/11/19 03:18 pm

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Latest comments:
tim blevins
22:07

To dark to tell a lot...more pics plz.
tim blevins
22:05

Maybe a pic with better lighting would help us identify this fish.
tim blevins
22:03

Not certain...could be male I suppose...the rounded fins suggest female but
tim blevins
21:57

Thanks Curtis
tim blevins
21:56

Going for 2 things here. 1-open tank will allow you to see the fish. 2-don'
zachary Dray
20:11

I live in Ontario canada, I can get 2" dicus for 15$! Special breeds a litt
Devin Gullett
19:53

Dang thats it? I live near indianapolis and you cant get a discus that size