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Fish shipment, and tanks (lots of pics)
Old 06-20-2012, 01:47 PM   #61
 
Hehe. our basement is the fish room/laundry room. Fish tanks are spread out along all 4 walls :) Misc supplies everywhere lol.
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Old 06-21-2012, 10:31 AM   #62
 
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can i come live with you =p
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Old 08-01-2012, 02:18 PM   #63
 
And it's all going bye bye We're moving 12 hours away to the city and we just are unable to transport the fish.

Also on a sad note I broke my bettas back and he died a week later I was pouring water into the tank for a water change and my hand slipped so a sudden gush went in just as he swam into the current Pushed him into his castle.

It's interesting how I could not keep guppies or java fern alive, the most forgiving flora and fauna, yet our madagascar lace plant was showing signs of new growth after losing all leaves but 1.

On a more positive note I was finally able to see all 4 eels at once as I was trying to bag one up for sale. We had thought one had jumped out of the tank shortly after we got it but we never found a body. So quite happy they all are still alive.

I would like to get a large tank around 180 gallons or so and make it a beautiful community with tons of plants. Availability and pricing is much better in the city :) I've met a few people there already through forums as well.

PS Amazonas issue 5 is available now. I'll be picking that up after move. :)
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Old 08-03-2012, 01:08 PM   #64
 
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best of luck with the move and i'm so sorry your betta passed.
woo hoo you're getting a 180.do give us pics when you have the time.
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Old 11-23-2012, 02:32 PM   #65
 
LOL ok so update.. we didn't end up moving after all. Couple things just didn't happen.

We had sold off most of our tanks and fish. Have 4 tanks now

Dickfeldi - 35 gallon Freshwater fish tank - This is our remaining dickfeldi. We got rid of the parents and some of the fry but we still have lots left.

Community - 60 gallon Freshwater fish tank - For a couple months this tank housed only a betta, we just added the hobnosed catfish and the loaches today. Post some pictures in a bit.. maybe tomorrow.

Community 2 - 75 gallon Freshwater fish tank - This tank has alot of our left over odds and ends from our downsizing, we added the barbs today.

Eels+ - 80 gallon Freshwater fish tank - We added a L090 today

I'll add some pics and the proper names later.
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Old 11-23-2012, 04:29 PM   #66
 
Ok hopefully these turn out ok. Had to use the blackberry tablet since kids managed to destroy 3 cameras within a week
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Old 11-23-2012, 04:57 PM   #67
 
Pic 1 and 2 - Opening up the box.. no we didn't get 30 auratus lol. We just found it kinda funny.
Pic 3 - Five lbs of peewee community xtreme. Heard lots of good things about this brand, first time trying it.
Pic 4 - Another box pic after pulling out the food and opening the outer bag.
Pic 5 - 2x Echinodorus sp. "Red Flame" Last two he had in stock so not the best quality, but got a discount anyhow :)
Pic 6 - 3x Ludwigia Repens, First time with these guys
Pic 7 -5x Hemianthus callitrichoides, or dwarf baby tears as the tag says.
Pic 8 - 6x Cryptocoryne undulata
Pic 9 - 15x Puntius Canius, or golden dwarf barbs. Only ordered 12 so we got a couple freebies :)
Pic 10 - 21x Nemacheilus scaturigina, or Ringed Loach Only ordered 15 so got a few free here as well :)
Pic 11 - L90C or PaPa Panaque. Our first panaque. My wife took off some other plants from our order and snuck this in while I was sleeping. By the time I got up it was too late to do anything about it lol.
Pic 12 - Knob Nosed Whiptail. Wife changed this one as well, and the scientific name didn't get on the invoice or in emails so I'll have to go back through his list to find the proper name. Had orginally planned on this guy MARBLED PSEUDOHEMIODON.
Pic 13 - Plants waiting to be planted.
Pic 14 - Dwarf tears settling in.
Pic 15 - You can see the panaque in the back corner, not the best picture though.
Pic 16 - Our new barbs hanging it with the Oto's.
Pic 17 - Our very overstocked Juilodchromis Dickfeldi tank. Tank has no light and room light is far away so sorry it's a little dark in this one as well.
Pic 18 - One of the new loaches hanging out with some malaysian trumpet snails(from Byron btw. They are doing great.) underneath the christmas moss.
Pic 19 - Knobnose Whiptail hanging around the plants. Looks kinda like a chameleon in this pick.. a chameleon ghost lol.
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