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Akeath 08-11-2009 06:16 PM

What's your community aquarium? What you have now, what you plan to do, your dream 1
 
I just thought it would be interesting if people said what all they have in their community aquariums; species, decorations, size, anything else you want to include. And if you don't have one, you can put what you are planning, or your dream community.

:oops: I'll go first.

In process: 75 gallon, bogwood and fake plants (including floating plants): 10 Harlequin Rasboras, 10 Panda Cories, 11 Neon Tetras, 10 Marbled Hatchetfish.

Dream Community: A bunch of rainbowfish species.

thunder2012 08-11-2009 07:51 PM

75 Gallon with sump overflow filter
3 6-Inch Pink Kissing Gouramis, two 3-inch Sun Catfish, one dwarf cori, 3 2-inch chinese algae eaters, 4 skirt tetras, 1 7-Inch african Knife fish, 1 small red gourami, 1 3-inch golden gourami, one 3-inch bala shark, 2 6-Inch Striped Angelfish, one platy, one molly.
A couple fake logs, and a bunch of fake plants.

thunder2012 08-11-2009 07:52 PM

Dream... 800 Gallon Shark Tank.

Steveston3 08-11-2009 09:05 PM

I am just finishing setting up my first "real" tank after years of 10 or 20 gallon ones. I have a planted 65 gallon and feel it's my First Tank. I have it planted on the right with rocky caves on the left. I have 18 neon tetras, a golden chinese algae eater and a green algae eater, an otto and a spotted cory. I had some driftwood that I purchased from my LFS and got a weird whitish film trailing off it, so I took it out. My substrate is medium rock, large rock gravel, large gravel and crushed white riverstone.

Dream Tank: 120 gallon cichlid tank, maybe electric blues and electric yellows. I've heard of people adjusting brackish puffers in this combination, maybe angels as well.

Dream Tank 2: 60 gallon, fast current with bubble wall for seahorses, with dwarf ochraceous seastars.

Fishin Pole 08-12-2009 11:01 AM

90 Gallon running an Rena XP4 with a Hydor inline heater

5 bosemani Rainbows
2 Australian Rainbows
3 Turquoise Rainbows
1 3 Spot Gourami
1 Gold Gourami (to be moved shortly)
1 Silver Dollar (to be moved shortly)
5 Red Glass Barbs
6 Corydorus Duplicareus
1 Green Tiger Barb
4 Giant Danios


i have 9 more tanks in my house, but this is my show tank, as of right now

My dream tank?????????????..................Converting my other 90 gallon to a FOWLR tank in a few months.........still doing my research on species and compatibilities

DragonFish 08-12-2009 11:33 AM

Ooooh, what an interesting thread :-)

My Community:
50 Gallon Bow Front,
An Angel, three Gourami(one dwarf, two Honey), three platy....and a few other odd little fish that need to be moved/taken back at some point :lol:

Two other tanks, one is being redone and restocked and the other is a mini Gourami tank with a Honey and three Sparkling Gourami ;-)

Dream Tanks:
55 gallon Gourami community
100+ gallon Giant Gourami tank
:-)

willow 08-12-2009 01:08 PM

my little 96l comunity is now only some corydoras, ottos, and platys.
a couple of plants,and rock work.
filtered and using charcole.
but i'm going to get some rummynosed tetras.
the other tank is planted with rocks and wood,it houses some mouthbrooder cichlids,
and some tetras as dither fish.
the dither fish were in the tank first,and the cichlids became very at home very fast.
can't show you a piccie because my comp won't let me upload them :dunno:

Clubber 08-12-2009 07:04 PM

Community Tank 1: 20 gallon - 6 tiger barbs, 6 zebra danios, 1 bushynose pleco.

Community Tank 2: 29 gallon - plants & malaysian driftwood, 3 turquoise rainbows, 4 blackline rasboras, 4 assorted corydoras, 1 otocinclus, 1 snowball pleco, some snails.

I'm turning my 55 gallon into a planted community tank I now have in mind the following list:

2 dwarf gouramis & 4 honey sunset gouramis OR 6 bosemani rainbowfish
2-4 female bettas ( maybe)
8-10 harlequinn rasboras
2 dojo's (got)
3-4 yo yo loaches
more plants including floating

Dream Tank 1: 80 gallon tall - plants, rocks and malaysian driftwood, 2 marble angelfish, 8-10 hatchetfish, 6-8 glass catfish, 3-4 clown loaches, banjo catfish, 1 albino bushynose pleco, 1 farlowella.

Dream Tank 2: 100 gallon - lots of caves made from lace and slate rock, MANY african cichlids.

jeaninel 08-13-2009 12:02 PM

Community Tank #1 - 55 gallon, natural gravel substrate, Malaysian driftwood and lots of fake plants, fake tree stump decoration, 1 Ctenopoma Acutirostre, 1 pair Pearl Gouramis, 5 Congo Tetra, 1 Pleco

Community Tank #2 - 37 gallon, play sand substrate, mix of live and silk plants, Malaysian driftwood, 1 Angelfish, 6 Rummynose Tetra, 6 Harlequin Rasboras, 4 Sterbai Cories, 1 BN pleco

Dream Tank - 180 gallon American cichlid tank

aunt kymmie 08-13-2009 12:05 PM

My dream tank? 300gl reef with many assorted tangs & triggers.
(tangs + triggers + reef = impossible!) You said "dream" tanks. :-D


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