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Green Tank

by Uli and Ria Reusser from kalamazoo / USA
In the hobby since 3 yrs.

Description

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


Decoration

  • Gravel:
  • Plants:


Technics

  • Light:
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration:


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karrie edwards » posted 2007/12/22 04:01 pm

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52-gallon Flat-Back Hex redone

by Mark & Kathy Lindamood from Blountville / USA
In the hobby since 1998.

Description

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


Decoration

  • Gravel: Brown gravel
  • Plants: Fake

    Drift-wood and rocks

Technics

  • Light: 50/50 fl-
  • Light-Duration: 10-hrs
  • Filtration: Rena XP-2


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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/12/09 04:04 pm  
Barb messed up,this posted here for some reason on tank examples,me bad,messed up sorry.

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STARTING MY PLANTED TANK

by Bobby Britton from pensacola / USA
In the hobby since 2006.

Description

  • Category: African
  • Tank size: 30x13x19 inches = 32 gallons
  • Tank size: 76x33x48 cm = 121 liters


Decoration

  • Gravel: AQUA SOIL, substrate
    (ADGSHOP.COM)
  • Plants: LIVE AND PLASTIC

    Micro Sword, Dwarf Hairgrass, Giant Hairgrass

    ROCKS

Technics

  • Light: 15 W Florescent Bulb
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration:


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Tang O' (m) » posted 2007/12/10 02:15 pm
if it is a planted tank, then don't use any plastic plants, and as someone else mentioned, you need A LOT more plants for that to be a planted tank.
it is a good tank to start one in though!

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120 Gallon

by Ryan Corah from Victoria / CAN


Description

  • Category: American
  • Tank size: 57x18x26 inches = 115 gallons
  • Tank size: 144x45x66 cm = 435 liters

    In this tank there is 2 Jack dempseys,
    3 Gourami,2 Jewel Cichlids,1 Tiger shovelnose catfish,1 Needlefish,
    2 Hujeta pike,1 Albino senegal,3 Redtail sharks,1 Albino Redtail

Decoration

  • Gravel: Blue
  • Plants: Fake

    A few sunken ships large air stone and a small house

Technics

  • Light: Standard
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: Fluval FX5


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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/12/09 06:24 pm
Nice Ryan
Ryan Corah » posted 2007/12/11 03:29 pm  
Can i put 2 Dempseys 2 Green terrors 2 Convict 2 Devils in a 120 Gallon
kyle jackson » posted 2007/12/11 03:49 pm  
ryan that wiil only work while they are small. i have almost that exact mix of fish in a 120, just one of each. and a jewel instead of a convict. right now im looking to get my gt out, cuz the devil is just way to dominate. that many of those fish, you gunna have a problem after a while. and if two pair up all bets are off.
Roger Hopper (m) » posted 2007/12/11 03:54 pm
I agree with Kyle, They will become way more aggressive if they pair. Even the convicts, tho small.
Ryan Corah » posted 2007/12/11 03:58 pm  
Thanks what can i put in my tank right now i have 2 dempseys 2 devils 2 jewel
Roger Hopper (m) » posted 2007/12/11 04:03 pm  
Ryan, it is hard to say, if they are all one sex you will have some problems, The temperment of these fish maybe all maybe one. You have to watch ths aggression and see. Some may have to go. I would try one of each fish I think. Unless you are wanting to breed.
kyle jackson » posted 2007/12/11 04:05 pm  
ryan you gunna have to watch the devil the most, they are gunna get a lot bigger than the other guys,and alot of times these guys will not let any one in the tank with them.
kyle jackson » posted 2007/12/11 04:13 pm  
ryan i htink if they are small right now you can put them in ther together, just watch how the pecking order takes shape, but you most prob. gunna have to find some of them homes later.
Ryan Corah » posted 2007/12/11 04:32 pm  
Right now the divils are verry small to small to eat feeders but still aggresive if i take the devils out would it be ok to have 2 dempseys 2 jewel 2green terrors and 2 convict
Ryan Corah » posted 2007/12/11 04:37 pm  
would like to
kyle jackson » posted 2007/12/11 04:45 pm  
that mix should fit better, still wactch the aggression level. and again any one pair up, its gunna be ruff. my lil jewel gives my jd a hard time, but wont mess with gt, so you never know.
Ryan Corah » posted 2007/12/11 05:02 pm  
thanks kyle
karrie edwards » posted 2007/12/11 05:04 pm
nice
Robert Brady » posted 2007/12/12 05:13 pm  
Red Devils,Jewels and Convicts have a much higher level of agression in my experiance.If the Convicts are a pair watch out when they breed they get fierce..

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Tato's Aquarium

by Attila Kalmár from Debrecen / HUN
In the hobby since 2003.

Description

  • Category: Lake Malawi
  • Tank size: 51x17x23 inches = 92 gallons
  • Tank size: 130x45x60 cm = 351 liters

    Lake Malawi Aqurium

    Fishes:

    Psaedotropheus - Elongatus
    Psaedotropheus - Johanni
    Psaedotropheus - Saulosi "Coral Red"
    Labidotropheus - Caeruleus "Yellow"
    Othoparyx - Tetrastigma
    Melanochromis - Maingano

Decoration

  • Gravel: White Sand
  • Plants: Gigant Vallis
    Anubias Heterophilla
    ...


    Limestone

Technics

  • Light: Resun/ Philips Aqua-relle
    2x25W
  • Light-Duration: 8 hours
  • Filtration: TetraTEC EX 700
    Resun Inside filter

    Sera heater 100W

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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/12/08 10:28 am
***kylie *** » posted 2007/12/26 10:35 pm
nice tank ..

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Tang tank refurbished

by si bromby from Crewe / GBR
In the hobby since 2005.

Description

  • Category: Lake Tanganyika
  • Tank size: 47x19x15 inches = 63 gallons
  • Tank size: 120x50x40 cm = 240 liters

    I have changed the fine gravel to sand so the Brevis can start to dig and hopefully start to breed because everything else has bred.The Tropheus have sorted out their differences and I have only got two males fighting at the moment and rhe females have got their pecking order sorted

Decoration

  • Gravel: Eco-Complete African Cichlid Sand
  • Plants:

    Snail sheels

Technics

  • Light: 2 x 40 w
  • Light-Duration: 8 hours
  • Filtration: standard Juwel


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THE chuck » posted 2007/12/08 11:07 am
Zach Parrott » posted 2007/12/09 04:20 pm
Tang O' (m) » posted 2007/12/15 03:33 pm
You should use real plants, not plastic. The fish will appreciate them more than the plastic ones, plus they look better.
Also, to make your paracyps look better, make dark caves for them to swim into, the males go into the caves to attract females and their colors will just glow.

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55-gallon

by Mark & Kathy Lindamood from Blountville / USA
In the hobby since 1998.

Description

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


Decoration

  • Gravel: Live coral sand
  • Plants: Fake

    Tree-stump,rocks

Technics

  • Light: 50/50 fl
  • Light-Duration: 10-hrs
  • Filtration: Rena XP-3 for 175-gallon


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Brett Brandie » posted 2007/11/07 11:34 pm
I like
Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/09 04:21 pm  
Thanks Brett
Attila Kalmár » posted 2007/12/08 10:36 am
NICE
James Martin » posted 2007/12/08 11:17 am
Joe Prestara » posted 2007/12/10 03:46 am
WOW!
karrie edwards » posted 2007/12/12 04:02 pm

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Future plan

by Tang O' from Wisconsin / USA
In the hobby since 1988.

Description

  • Category: Lake Tanganyika
  • Tank size: 72x18x24 inches = 134 gallons
  • Tank size: 182x45x60 cm = 507 liters

    This is the blueprint for my next shelldweller tank, just used the dimensions.

    VOTING HAS BEGUN~!

Decoration

  • Gravel: black sand
  • Plants: approximate 40 vals

    slate rocks covering plastic boxes sticking up approx. 2" above the top of the plastic boxes to allow for a 1"+ sand layer.
    100+ small shells
    25+ medium shells
    6-10 lrg conches
    Custom DIY background?

Technics

  • Light: actanic ( is that what it is called?) and then a simulated daytime light one ( i do not know my lighting well.) Basicly would like a the actanic cause Mr.C said it is good for the fish and the sun one for the plants to grow.
  • Light-Duration: 12-14 hours
  • Filtration: up for debate seeing I don't know what is the most beneficial and easies to set up


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Chris Shirrel » posted 2007/12/07 08:14 pm
Davis Snedeker » posted 2007/12/07 10:32 pm
Nice, I always make future/dream tanks just like this.
Cichlid Storm » posted 2007/12/08 12:02 am  
sponges
Cichlid Storm » posted 2007/12/08 12:03 am  
where in Wisconsin?
Martin Verduzco » posted 2007/12/08 12:12 am
I`ll stick with the third one
Grayson Evans » posted 2007/12/08 12:42 am
Good luck if you're trying to find N. multifaciatus. I've been looking for some for over a year. Last time I saw any was in late '05.
Martin Verduzco » posted 2007/12/08 01:10 am  
those are easier to find that th N. similis where I`m at
Tang O' (m) » posted 2007/12/09 12:08 pm  
Wisconsin Dells area...
And Grayson Evans, they are more common than you think, you can order them online for $5.00 each.
Cichlid Storm » posted 2007/12/09 12:11 pm  
well hell, your only about 2.5 hours from me then, im just west of Rockford in Illinois
Travis Ethridge » posted 2007/12/09 12:12 pm
Tang O, do you happen to have the website?
Tang O' (m) » posted 2007/12/09 03:21 pm  
I don't know if I want to give away a secret. LOL
www.hotcichlids.com
that is the place. They have a ton of diff. tang's for really cheap.
Tang O' (m) » posted 2007/12/10 02:30 pm  
So the third one is the choice right now?? I just don't think that that one will capitalize on space for shell dwellers, seeing that is the theme of the tank that will be designed.

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The Cichlid Combo

by Kevin Nanaumi from Camarillo / USA
In the hobby since With Family: 1987 - By Myself: 2005.

Description

  • Category: African
  • Tank size: 48x20x15 inches = 62 gallons
  • Tank size: 121x50x38 cm = 234 liters

    I've been waiting years to set up my own tank, put in whatever fish I want, arrange it the way I want. I grew up on my father's African tank, so I never had much say in what would be going into the tank. (I just got to clean it for him) Now that I have my own, I got all of my childhood cichlids, plus all of the ones we could never seem to get a handle on (aggression wise). I love having all the different species and colors all in one tank. The aggression level is rather mild in the tank, I have overstocked the tank quite a bit. Hope you enjoy!!!
    -------
    Update: We have fry!!! My Pseudo has been holding and she has released 9 babies. They are in the breeder right now and all are doing great.
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    11/29/5 - My largest Lemon Yellow female is holding, looks like more fry are on the way!!!
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    12/4/5 - MORE breeding going on, the parrots in the other tank laid eggs. I'm going to have to turn my house into a full aquarium.
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    12/7/5 - 11 Lemon Yellow fry were born and they are all in the breeder. My Pseudo Saulosi is now holding and it really looks like my Pseudo Demasoni has something in her mouth too, I'm gonna keep checking on her but she might be holding also.
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    12/15/5 - Well, good and bad news today... Lost a couple Lemon Yellow fry and a couple Pseudo fry from the first batch. But, we have now sixteen more Pseudo fry from the Saulosi. Wish us luck!
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    12/21/5 - It looks like a couple of fry somehow squeezed out of the breeder while I was at work, now down to 14 from the original 16 we had. I moved all of the fry now to a small tank... we got 30 total fry in it.
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    12/3/6 - My fish decided to start off the New Years with a lot of "You Know What" Noticed my Electric Blue is mating in a cave and right in a cave above that, my two Orange Zebras were mating also. So far the female zebra looks like she has a lot of eggs, but nothing yet with my Electric Blue.

Decoration

  • Gravel: White Gravel
  • Plants:

    Lace Rocks, Couple Pieces of Drift Wood

Technics

  • Light: DayLight and Blue Actinic
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: Rena Filstar XP3, & Whisper Tetra 60 & Whisper Tetra 40 & Whisper 30


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(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/01 09:52 pm
This tank is what i want to set up. the lighting is wicked.
TxinOk : » posted 2005/11/02 08:43 pm
You have done a great job with your tank ! Keep up the good work !
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/03 02:12 am
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/03 06:10 am
its a beauty!!
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/04 09:59 am
A gorgeous tank.....Thumbs up!!!
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/05 07:12 pm
cant go rong with the moon light blue bulbs nice tank
Jayson and Celosia Wright » posted 2005/11/07 03:21 pm
that's a beauty
Jock Malawi » posted 2005/11/09 06:30 pm
Excellent tank, With that much rock you dont have to worry too much about over crowding.
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/11 05:18 am  
never heard of these blue lights where do you get them?
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2005/11/13 11:55 am  
The blue bulb is called "Blue Actinic" I have it along side with a Daylight bulb. I ended up getting them at my local fish store becuz I could never be 100% certain on the correct size. It came as an attachment, (bulb/plug/clips) so that you can just add it to your existing light fixture instead of buying a bigger one or another one. As far as where to get them, your local tropical fish store should carry them.
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/14 12:40 pm
great tank . I have a 75 gal and going to re set it up soon, I have around 7 cichlids in it, I want to put white sand in it, can you email me with the light bulb name.. netoe125@sbcglobal.net.... thnks
Jock Malawi » posted 2005/11/14 03:48 pm
You must be doing something right. Congratulations on the Babies. Well doen.
Barb Okla » posted 2005/11/14 09:32 pm
Extreamly nice! congrates!!
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/15 07:07 pm
that is a very nice tank.. Im just setting up a tank and im not sure about what kind of fish do cichlids eat other fish?
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2005/11/15 07:54 pm  
Thanks Curly! If your starting up for the first time, good thing to first research the fish. Which kind of cichlids.. African or South American? Certain fish can be REALLY aggressive, some can get REALLY large, Yes, certain fish can and will eat other fish... some fish are predators... others can just beat up other fish to death. One thing, be careful when choosing your fish, many new starters pick out their new fish based on how colorful they are, but they don't realize that many times those are the meanest fish and you'll learn the hard way (all your other fish get killed)
Alexander Langer (a) » posted 2005/11/16 10:26 am
Tank looks so great!
suzette schumaker » posted 2005/11/20 07:18 pm
great tank !!!!
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/24 02:51 pm  
I have a question that I really need help with, If I fill my 75 gal tank with rocks and sand will it crack the bottom of the tank? Please help I wouldnt want to crack my tank...please email me at netoe125@sbcglobal.net
Jock Malawi » posted 2005/11/26 07:45 pm
netoe125, I have answered that at el's malawi tank in tank example sections.
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/28 04:34 pm
This is an absolutely gorgeous tank..mine is still in the making. But, really well done!
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/28 04:40 pm  
I need to send some pics of my fish to someone who can sex and tell me what I have in there...I know almost all of them but need to know whos going to breed with who...my email address is furbutt@hotmail.com
(anonymous) » posted 2005/11/30 10:30 pm
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2005/12/01 03:59 am  
Thanks for all of the comments!!! I'm going to try and post up new pictures of the tank, closer up and sharper hopefully.
(anonymous) » posted 2005/12/03 04:21 pm  
cool set up mate
(anonymous) » posted 2005/12/05 10:33 am
great tank i have a vision 260 also with 2 massive oscars and a royal green panaque ,and they gave birth yesterday fantastic only took me two years.
(anonymous) » posted 2005/12/12 01:21 am
love it dont change a damn thing gl in the future
Jock Malawi » posted 2005/12/15 08:56 pm
Good luck with all the babies. It must give you an enormous sense of satisfaction that you are doing it right. After all it does not matter what anybody here says(but you dont get many bad comments). But it matters that the fish are happy enough to breed. Great Job.
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2005/12/17 03:11 pm  
Thanks Jock! Yeah, it really does feel great that its going really well. Especially when getting your own tank and modifying it the way you want it, and the fish are happy with everything. Only there is so much breeding, I don't know how much more space I have for all of these babies.. but I'll find a way Thanks again!
filo sopo » posted 2005/12/19 03:25 am
gud lookin' tank u got there mate!!i must admit u got my attention straight away.keep up the gud work!!!:)
(anonymous) » posted 2005/12/22 07:31 pm
i'm drooling! lol
(anonymous) » posted 2006/01/13 09:16 pm
My cousin suggested I get some cichlids for a 4ft tank I purchased on ebay. Hope I can set up something similair to yours. Cool!
(anonymous) » posted 2006/01/23 07:54 am  
What types of fish do you have in this tank, and how many of each?
Kay Bee19 » posted 2006/01/29 09:53 am
(anonymous) » posted 2006/01/29 11:20 am
Nice!! tanks amazing
im looking to get a 55+ and set it up nice
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2006/02/02 04:32 am  
I got A LOT of fish in this tank. Its VERY overstocked. I got pretty much all the usual breeds.. everything from various types of Peacocks, Peudos, Lamprologus, Frontosa, Haps. I do A LOT of water changes and I have it very over filtered too. Its great fun!
(anonymous) » posted 2006/02/08 12:01 pm
thats a sweet tank
(anonymous) » posted 2006/02/10 09:30 pm
inspiring tank you have there! I'm just starting out with my first cichlid tank...thanks for the ideas! Great !!
(anonymous) » posted 2006/02/16 08:38 pm
I am just now starting to set up a 125 gal. hope itlooks this good.
Jeff Alderman » posted 2007/02/11 12:19 pm
Chris Lafleur » posted 2007/02/11 11:35 pm
awsome tank and good job with all the fry
JOHN BARKER » posted 2007/02/12 12:56 am
THAT IS A A+ IN IT KICKS "BUTT,AND GOOD LUCK IN ALL THEM FRYS.ps:WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH ALL THE FRYS?
Dan Paquette » posted 2007/02/13 12:10 pm
Looks awsome. Do you have any suggestion on how to get the nitrite down in a cichlid tank, I seem to have a constant fight to get it down. i don't think my filtration is a problem, I have a whisper 60 and a aqua clear 50 set up in my 55 gallon tank, and I do water changes once every week and a half.
Cássio Pupo » posted 2007/02/20 11:06 am
Kevin... great Tank! Great pic! Great group of fishes! The Yellows still growing?
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2007/02/21 09:46 pm  
Hey All!! Thanks for the comments!!! Been a long time since I updated this section. We have dozens and dozens of lemon yellow babies (all getting quite big actually, and around 45 Electric Blue babies... My saulosi just released a dozen more fry and they have their own breeder at the moment.

Large water changes will get the Nitrite level down. Also do a lot of vaccuuming too. Try to add an airstoneand get more oxygen to the tank too. Nitrite can be caused by overfeeding, or over stocking the tank... There might be too much fish waste all in the gravel (if any).

The yellows in the main show tank are growing a little.. but the babies all in the grow out tank are getting almost as big as their parents.

Thanks everyone!
Chris Lafleur » posted 2007/03/06 03:24 pm
that tank is amazing and your lucky to get sooo many different species of fry a true masterpeice but judging by the size of those fish that tank has to be bigger then 62 gallons!
Horik Ch » posted 2007/03/07 10:56 pm
Two thumbs up. Great tank and great pics. You know every thing is right when they start to breed.
BlueBerry Wizard » posted 2007/03/08 11:52 pm
Killer tank man! I also have many tanks, and plan on getting a second 90 gallon tank soon. I've had fish for as long as I can remember and even longer. My grandpa always raised fish too. From him, plus many books, plus the local aquarium society and my fellow fish breeding friends I have learned a ton, but man your tank, breeding skills, etc. deserve a huge freaking reward or something!!! GREAT JOB! You are like the ultimate Cichlid breeder!
tonya norman » posted 2007/03/09 02:55 pm
dave juggalo » posted 2007/03/13 05:16 am
tank looks gr8 cong grats on the fry keep up the good work
karrie edwards » posted 2007/04/01 09:16 pm
This is my ultimate favorite tank i have seen on here yet! You have some amazing ideas? Great Job!
Chris Shirrel » posted 2007/04/02 07:39 am
Marcus Cole » posted 2007/04/03 08:18 pm
Great work Kevin! Now I have to go back to the fish store for some Actinic bulbs and a few more rocks to rearrange my 170 Gallon. Hopefully I can get an effect similar to this display.
marcus Trott » posted 2007/04/03 11:08 pm
this tank is beautiful I am begging to set one up like this. What kind of rock do you use. How do the mbuna treat the front. And last what PH do you have because u have those blood parrots?
Last your tank is absolutely orgasmic... jk i like fish but not like that but its pretty nice
Please respond
Marcus
karrie edwards » posted 2007/04/05 04:05 am
nice
kenny belt » posted 2007/07/25 02:05 pm
jason lee » posted 2007/10/17 12:15 am  
your tank is crystal clear however i count at 20 fish in this little tank. your fish will never get the opportunity to fully mature in this cramped tank.
Kye Williams » posted 2007/10/30 05:52 pm  
Nice! I hope your little lelupeis and brichardis dont get picked on too much by the bigger guys. You have any Kenyis in this tank? I have one that is just plain nasty! He eliminated my lelupei :(
ishmael galon » posted 2007/10/31 05:43 am
I want to have that kind of tank. Very beautiful!!!! But sad to say I cant imitate the design coz i only have a 20 gallon tank. huhuhu. Anyway, 100 thumbs up to you!!!!! Great job!!!
Nathan Sederholm » posted 2007/11/01 06:58 pm
Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/04 10:04 am
Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/11/04 10:04 am
karrie edwards » posted 2007/11/04 01:52 pm
BlueBerry Wizard » posted 2007/11/11 03:24 pm  
Eh, Hi again. I left a comment like a year ago but now I have a new one. I got the 90 gallon tank and have had it now for almost a year. It's nicely set up, but I certainly think it could use some plant life... I'll have some pictures of it soon. Some of my Cichlids are breeding, but a great mystery has resulted. The Fry have the body shape of my Cherokee Cichlids (I think that's what there called) but the same pattern as my Julidochromis Marliari... once I have pictures of the oldest offspring could you identify them. Could they be hybrids?
Brett Brandie » posted 2007/11/11 09:48 pm
Don C » posted 2007/11/15 11:40 pm
Well done.I thimk over-crowding is good w/africans seems to ease agression.How do you remove fry?Don't they have prob. with re-entry?
Martin Verduzco » posted 2007/12/07 12:20 am
hoi chung » posted 2007/12/07 10:52 pm  
your tank is obviously an envy to many others...well i truely agree your tank..mine i always have problem with water hardness and pH...well congrats...
hoi chung » posted 2007/12/07 10:52 pm
your tank is obviously an envy to many others...well i truely agree your tank..mine i always have problem with water hardness and pH...well congrats...
michael gilchrist » posted 2007/12/08 06:03 pm  
what?.....i saw this tank on ratemyfishtank.com...i sware i saw it up on that site for months!....sooo is this actually your tank? like seriously..i seen this exact pic a long time ago?
Kevin Nanaumi » posted 2007/12/21 02:08 am  
Thanks for all the comments. Yes, this is my tank and I do have an account at ratemyfishtank.com too.
Justin Sanders » posted 2008/01/25 04:06 pm
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
john kennedy » posted 2008/06/18 01:40 pm
NICE MATE

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Mixed display

Description

  • Category: African
  • Tank size: 36x12x18 inches = 33 gallons
  • Tank size: 91x30x45 cm = 124 liters

    A 35 gallon mixed tank in the bedroom, sort of a holding tank for fish that for one reason or another never really worked out in the main display tank. Sometimes I divide it and raise fry if I can get the females out of the main tank.

Decoration

  • Gravel: Natural sand
  • Plants: Some Barthii swords, crypts, Limonphila,

    Natural rock.

Technics

  • Light: 2X HO bulbs one 50/50. One Lifeglo
  • Light-Duration: 12 hrs timed
  • Filtration: Eheim "eco", powerhead with quick filter.

    25% water change every two weeks.

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Mark & Kathy Lindamood » posted 2007/12/06 05:39 pm
Martin Verduzco » posted 2007/12/07 11:51 am
hoi chung » posted 2007/12/07 10:53 pm
Cody Ottens » posted 2007/12/08 11:55 am
How many fish do you have in there? and what kinds???? i have a 33 gallon with the same dimensions and would like to set up a tank just like yours!!!

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Curt Manary
19:06

it was like 35 years ago, I had couple rock bass, a sturgeon,couple bluegil
Tony Cintrn
10:23

Nice one
Leigh Partridge
21:35

Shhhh ;)
Kingston Wong
16:32

That will be one crowded tank soon if not already.
Kingston Wong
16:30

Yes, you can, but maybe not in tank so small.
Kingston Wong
16:28

Kissing Gourami.
Kingston Wong
16:22

Nice bass Where I live, it is illegal to have "Game Fish" in a tank.