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Eric's Tank

by Eric Laskowitz from Bellmore / USA
In the hobby since 1963.

Description

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

    150 gallons

Decoration

  • Gravel: black
  • Plants: silk


Technics

  • Light:
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  • Filtration: two marineland emperor 400 filters


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karrie edwards » posted 2007/12/22 04:00 pm

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My New Setup

by Matt B from Novi / USA
In the hobby since 1997.

Description

  • Category: African
  • Tank size: 0x0x0 inches = 0 gallons
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    75 gallon

Decoration

  • Gravel: large natural gravel and small red flint gravel
  • Plants: all fake

    large drift wood found at dale hallow lake in tennessee

Technics

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Lissa C. » posted 2008/01/15 04:39 pm
Great job on the deco.
hasnain rizvi » posted 2008/02/25 05:18 am

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my tank and I

by emily bradley from union / USA
In the hobby since 1988.

Description

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


Decoration

  • Gravel:
  • Plants:


Technics

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David Prentice » posted 2007/12/20 05:46 am
ok you look great whats in the tank so far? I see the large 2 piece castle set and some large plastic rocks with holes, nice work, what lake are you going with? where do you get your fish?
Robert Sobsey » posted 2008/01/11 08:28 pm  
They are both beauties.... Nice work!

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Christmas present for me from me ..!!

by Scott Fisher from / USA
In the hobby since long time.

Description

  • Category: Lake Malawi
  • Tank size: 14x21x36 inches = 45 gallons
  • Tank size: 35x53x91 cm = 170 liters

    my new 46 bowfront. purchased it around Thanksgiving but havent found a nice stand for it yet , and ... oh . Christmas shopping kinda took precedent a bit too ....LOL



    Now what to put in it ?

Decoration

  • Gravel: still waiting
  • Plants: N/A

    N/A

Technics

  • Light: a cheapo flourescent I guess
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: any help with filtration would be much appreciated / Thanx


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Ashley Saunders » posted 2007/12/18 12:38 pm
I have an AquaClear filter. It seems to work hard, and my water is crystal clear. I'm sure there are more fancy ones out there but it works for me :)

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125 gal african tank with the stand hand painted by myself

by emily bradley from union / USA
In the hobby since 1988.

Description

  • Category: Lake Tanganyika
  • Tank size: 6x0x0 inches = 0 gallons
  • Tank size: 15x0x0 cm = 0 liters


Decoration

  • Gravel: white
  • Plants: none

    rocks and castles

Technics

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Christmas present for me from me ..!!

by Scott Fisher from / USA
In the hobby since long time.

Description

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

    my new 46 bowfront. purchased it around Thanksgiving but havent found a nice stand for it yet , and ... oh . Christmas shopping kinda took precedent a bit too ....LOL



    Now what to put in it ?

Decoration

  • Gravel: still waiting
  • Plants: N/A

    N/A

Technics

  • Light: a cheapo flourescent I guess
  • Light-Duration:
  • Filtration: any help with filtration would be much appreciated / Thanx


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125 gal african tank

by emily bradley from union / USA
In the hobby since 1988.

Description

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


Decoration

  • Gravel:
  • Plants:


Technics

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karrie edwards » posted 2007/12/19 01:52 am
Very nice and clean!!!!!
Thomas Stepien » posted 2007/12/19 06:20 pm
Is that live rock in the back? Can you have liverock in a freshwater tank?

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55 GALLON Mbuna tank

by lee howe from goshen / USA
In the hobby since june 2007.

Description

  • Category: Lake Malawi
  • Tank size: 48x13x21 inches = 56 gallons
  • Tank size: 121x33x53 cm = 211 liters

    contains 5 pseudotropheus crabro,1 albino red top zebra,1 pseudotropheus demasoni,1 tangerine ob,1 ob peacock,1 albino red zebra,1 pseudotropheus socolofi,1 (?)chocolate pleco

Decoration

  • Gravel: crushed coral,Petoskey stones(straight from lakes in my state of birth michigan, these are fossilized coral from about 350 million years ago.)some misc. sea shells,misc aquarium gem stones.
  • Plants: just a couple of small fake plants


    2 aztec statues, 4 pcs lace rock,one table top slate water fall(- pump)and a lot of red and gray slate.

Technics

  • Light: coral light
  • Light-Duration: 14-16 hrs a day
  • Filtration: dual 60 gallon reagent power filters


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central americans

Description

  • Category: American
  • Tank size: 48x18x20 inches = 74 gallons
  • Tank size: 121x45x50 cm = 280 liters

    current set-up in my 75 gal..rainbow cichlid colony,h.nicaraguense(1),c. salvini(1), a. robertsoni(1), a couple of livebearers(xiphos and mollys)

Decoration

  • Gravel: white sand
  • Plants: artificial

    wood

Technics

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w. camacho » posted 2007/12/16 08:09 pm
that's hot!!
lee howe » posted 2007/12/16 08:51 pm
really awesome,where did you get that wood ?
THE chuck » posted 2007/12/17 11:17 am  
lee, at lfs..a mix of drift, mopani and "chinese" wood
Joe & Christie » posted 2007/12/18 10:46 am
Love this tank!
Nathan Sederholm » posted 2007/12/18 05:05 pm
Something to stare at to keep warm. Nice tropical setting even though there is 6 feet of snow outside or I should say 1.8288 meters. :o)
THE chuck » posted 2007/12/18 09:19 pm  
lol nate...feet and inches are ok to me...yes of course, a little tropical look in the house helps to get throught winter..thanks all
bob george » posted 2007/12/29 10:52 pm
is that peat in the water
Cichlid Storm » posted 2007/12/29 10:57 pm
Chuck, how many times have I told you not to Peat in the water, now we have to do a water change before we can go swimming!!!
robert johnson » posted 2007/12/29 11:07 pm
nice tank
hey chuck/mr c can either of u two tell me if there are any sexual difference between Pseudotropheus elongatus i have a pair m and f but i want more females and i can't tell male from female. any help would be great

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33g Earth Eater Tank

by Brian Tatum from Houston,Tx / USA
In the hobby since 2003.

Description

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

    my 33g geophagus setup, in it are 3x Gymnogeophagus Balazini(1m/2f), 1x Geophagus Steindacheri, and 1x Gymnogeophagus Meridianalis soon to come.

Decoration

  • Gravel: white sugar sized aragonite sand
  • Plants: homemade

    1x large anchored driftwood piece and a few river stones to hold down the plants.

Technics

  • Light: 1x 24in. hagen glo electronic ballast, with 1x 22in. hagen lifeglo super output bulb.
  • Light-Duration: 12 hours on and 12 hours off.
  • Filtration: 2x Aquaclear 300's.

    1x Neptune 100 watt heater.

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robert johnson » posted 2007/12/16 04:49 am
very nice
Nikolay Zieche » posted 2007/12/18 09:22 pm
i like
James Martin » posted 2007/12/19 09:27 am
It's nice, but the aragonite might be a problem as it will buffer your pH over 7.5, and increase carbonate hardness. Most eartheaters prefer acidic water (

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Latest comments:
fourdell kidson
13:42

nice pic and fish
Alexander Langer
14:15

wow, great. and the tank looks great, too
Alexander Langer
14:15

cool
Alexander Langer
14:15

wow!
Alexander Langer
03:02

Dave is actually a female auratus (Melanochromis auratus, see here: https:/
Alexander Langer
02:25

I see :)
Tod Kawer
18:02

I had a Blue one that was a killer, but this guy is a bit small to be a pro