6 Operational, 2 on deck:
A 10 gallon guppy fry tank
A 10 gallon Fancy guppy tank for my little girls
2 20 gallon Amazon tanks, one with tetras, corys and small plecos, one with otos and pygmy corys (that will eventually move to one of the empty tanks)
A 55 gallon Southeast Asian tank
A 75 gallon turtle tank (which will switch to Amazon next year)
Empty: a 46 gallon bow front that I am going to build a predator community in (ABFs, Climbing Perch, possibly a bichir, possibly some pictus cats)
Empty: a 38 or 40 gallon flat back hex for Mrs. Hat's classroom. This will get the pygmy cories and otos, a big school of neons or cardinals, and a couple of black mollies (which won't do all that well, but she likes neons and mollies.)
Glad to see I'm not the only one with the addiction! I'm impressed, topphat . I have 5 aquariums at home, including the 2 gallon that my betta is in. At the office I have a betta bowl and will soon be bringing in a 5 gallon (the senior lawyer gave me the money to get one); will just have room for a couple of male guppies but I'll make it look pretty
9 tanks; 3 running with fish/shrimps, used to be 5 running. Using my 10 gallon to age water for WC on my 20 gallon long zebra/shrimp tank. Just sold my 55 gallon - 208 liter (48"x13"x20") and 90 gallon - 341 liter (48"x18"x24") and planning to buy another 20 gallon long, which I'll be using for another shrimp tank.
We have three tanks running and one more I just purchased on ebay.Last year at this time we only had a cat and two dogs. We started with a ten gallon then a forty six bow front and I finished setting up a 90 gallon. I saw a 55 gal on ebay complete set up in my town that was to good a deal to pass up. [info]5 glowlight tetra 3 zebra danios 1 dwarft gourami 4 platies 2 rainbows 6 cory cats 8 chery brine shrimp 4 cana snails 6 brigs snails 1 spixie and 1 merisa snail We love the snails also. We take them out of the tank and they glide around in our hands.
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