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post #11 of 28 Old 10-11-2006, 11:43 PM
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Angkor Wat (55 gal Asian Planted - first pic above) as it looks today.

Note: I have deliberately let the algae go wild on the back glass, and my plecos keep the front totally clean and have doubled in length since August.
I like this one. Would look beautiful if it has altum angelfish sans the slim-bodied tetras or any fish small enough to be eaten.

What is the height of that tank?
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post #12 of 28 Old 10-12-2006, 11:30 PM
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Great tanks how bout some close ups of the plecos :D:D:D

55 Gallon:1 Baby Bristlienose,1 Swordtail, 1 Bala Shark, 2 Common Pleco, 2 Clown Loaches, 2 angel fish,3 (look a like) rasbora Tetra's, 4 Black Skirt Tetra's, 4 Long-finned Gold Zebra Danios, 4 Cardinal Jumbo Tetra's,6 Red Eye Tetra's, 7 neon tetra's
10 Gallon Nano Reef:1 Chocolate Starfish, many snails...Work is in progress...err
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What is the height of that tank?[/color]
20", I think. Not tall enough for Altums, and I think they'd probably do a number on my Harlequins too. I'll set up the 75 for Scalares when the turtle is released.

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20", I think. Not tall enough for Altums, and I think they'd probably do a number on my Harlequins too. I'll set up the 75 for Scalares when the turtle is released.
Can't wait for you to ditch Swirly. And replace him with scalares. I love to see angels.
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post #15 of 28 Old 10-15-2006, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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flattrack23, Couldn't get the Plecos to pose, but, as long as I had the camera out, I got these pix. (Pardon the cruddy glass - did water changes today and haven't windexed yet.)


One of my two male cherry barbs


My school of Harlequins and a couple of cherry barbs


Janis - Female Pearl Gourami


Buck - Male.

I'll get pix of the plecos and Striped Loaches up when the opportunity presents itself.

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post #16 of 28 Old 10-15-2006, 08:48 PM
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Hi Tophat.

Nice pics. I simply can't wait to get another tank and stock with fish that are not commonly available.

I like your cherry barbs. I used to have them but nowadays, they're not available.
I'm getting too indecisive to which fish I'll get..lol..
Maybe diamond tetras..cherries..harlies.. Oh my aching head!
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i want to make my 20 gal into a lil wild place . i have this creek and pond near me. i want to stock it with some wilding bitterlings
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i want to make my 20 gal into a lil wild place . i have this creek and pond near me. i want to stock it with some wilding bitterlings
Hoping the conditions you give them in the tank is the same in the wild, yanno.
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As promised, Plecos and Loaches (and turtle, Oh my.)


Bushynosed Pleco, Chillin' on the Beach


Loaches in the Crypts


Swirly...

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post #20 of 28 Old 10-15-2006, 10:54 PM
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Nice pics there, Tophat.

Your loaches look like Botia striata.:)
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