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Pics from my 55G
Well im a first time poster long time reader of this forum. I figured id make my introduction with pictures of my 55 gallon tank.
I started off the year with a 20 gallon and quickly upgraded to the 55 gallon by the beginning of June. By the end of June the tank was cycled and the fun hasn't stopped.:lol: I also took the 20g tank and set it up for my sister in law with 3 small african cichlids.
In the 55g tank their are,
2 Bala sharks
2 Rosy Barbs
2 scissor tail Rasboras
1 Pictus cat
and 1 red tail shark.
I just picked up the RTS earlier this week. The poor thing was housed with some nasty cichlids so i'm hoping now that he's in a happier home he will color up very soon. He has been very very peaceful and happy since I picked him up. Anyways on to the pics
I will update these pix very soon when I get some more uploaded onto the computer
i love the red tailed shark!
welcome to the forum!
Welcome to the forum! Nice tank!
butiful tank only thing im gonna warn u about is not to overstock that tank. those sharks get pretty big from what i heard but right now u look like ur doing good. not overcrowded at all but correct me if im wrong
Bala sharks do get big. They reach a size of 14-16 inches. If you wanna keep these guys around, you might want to get a bigger tank.
Welcome to the forum. Nice tank. Any shots of your pictus? I love those cats!
thanks for the comments
hello and welcome :-D
Very pretty fish.
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