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post #1 of 5 Old 07-20-2014, 10:20 PM Thread Starter
Pics of my newly redone 45 gal tank

I am finally somewhat happy with the redesign and restocking of the tank that came with my new house. It looks a tad empty, but aqadvisor says it has plenty of fish. THe plants are 50/50 real and artificial.
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75 g. planted peaceful community of denison barbs, cories, neons, boesemani and turquoise rainbowfish, pearl gourami, ancistrus

35 g. long semi-aggressive community of mature m. lacustris, diamond tetras, golden gourami

36 g. bow with pagai praecox and kamaka rainbowfish.

3 pico planted tanks with bettas and nerites.
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post #2 of 5 Old 07-20-2014, 10:24 PM Thread Starter
Another pic from husband's phone. Those denisons are too fast for our cameras!
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75 g. planted peaceful community of denison barbs, cories, neons, boesemani and turquoise rainbowfish, pearl gourami, ancistrus

35 g. long semi-aggressive community of mature m. lacustris, diamond tetras, golden gourami

36 g. bow with pagai praecox and kamaka rainbowfish.

3 pico planted tanks with bettas and nerites.
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post #3 of 5 Old 07-21-2014, 08:24 AM
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Looking good so far. I'm sure you'll be rearranging when those plants start to grow out.

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post #4 of 5 Old 07-21-2014, 08:38 AM
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AqAdvisor stocks EXTREMELY lightly. I have had stocking push 350% stocked on AqAdvisor. It's all about filtration and making sure the fish have adequate space. Looking good!
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AqAdvisor stocks EXTREMELY lightly. I have had stocking push 350% stocked on AqAdvisor. It's all about filtration and making sure the fish have adequate space. Looking good!
Thank you Flint. I have a Aquaclear 110 and am also running a Marineland Biowheel 200 simultaneously. Not sure if I should continue to run both, or take the marineland out in a few weeks after the Aquaclear is well established.

I just got back from the best local fish store and picked up a beautiful big pearl gourami to add to my tank for some top level interest. I liked that I could add a single gourami and not commit to another big school... though the rosy barbs and diamond tetras really caught my eye.

75 g. planted peaceful community of denison barbs, cories, neons, boesemani and turquoise rainbowfish, pearl gourami, ancistrus

35 g. long semi-aggressive community of mature m. lacustris, diamond tetras, golden gourami

36 g. bow with pagai praecox and kamaka rainbowfish.

3 pico planted tanks with bettas and nerites.
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