About Yourself:i had a few fish tanks when growing up, but i was a teenager then and did what teenagers do. i'm 41 now settled down with family and the little boy loves them.
Fish Kept:2 silver barbs 5 inches, 2 silver dollars around same size 1red tail shark 5 inches , 1 plec (percy) 8 inches, neon tetra, zebra tetras, red eye tetra, 1 silve shark 6 inches, 1 large angel fish, 3 loaches and about 6 others. all get on well.
Corals/Plants:plastic plants and i also have scottish cobbles from the garden centre, a snip at 6 quid a bag compared to local acquatics store. Ps if anyone could give me a plan on how to have real plants that grow without fish eating them etc pls let me know. Ive read a bit but not been successful
Advice:i am fairly new to hobby(about 2 years). water changes every week 20 - 25% important. get as much advice as you can (but dont believe everything), buuild on experience. Also fish: do research but not all fish which are aggressive are. they are like humans some are some are not, if you know what i mean.
About Yourself:US Native Fish are unique and great to keep in the home aquarium. Please visit the North American Native Fishes Association @ www.nanfa.org.
Fish Kept:Multiple species of US Native stream fish: Darters, Shiners, Madtoms, and others. I have roughly 75 fish in the tank
Corals/Plants:Every rock in the tank was specially picked and unique in it's own way. From iron banded sandstone to Quartz Geodes, there is a great array of rocks in this tank. I hand selected all these rocks based on their unique qualities.
Advice:Take it slow, don't rush, let it cycle, you will have alot of money if you take it slow.
Description:Sorry for the bad pic, aquarium made by tru view stand custom made by seahorse aquarium in Portland, Oregon I made the hood myself, I love the driftwood look so I have alot of driftwood, got the sand from an aquarium shop that was going out of business,( about 250-300 lbs of sand)
Advice:Plan out exactly what you like before you buy. Don't be afraid to change things around every once in a while.
Description:Lake Malawi Mbuna Reef Tank
Hard Water with salt buffer
200lbs of various real rock
aragonite, crushed coral and live sand mix
1 flourescent tube
3 LED light bubblers
1 bubble snake
Rena Digital Heater
XP3 canister filter
LED Day/Moon light
Deep Water airpump
Red Top Kimpuna
Yellow Tail Acei
Kimpuna/Yellow Lab mix
Yellow Zebra/Red Zebra Mix
Elec Blue Hap Male
Sturtigranti Peacock Female
Black Zebra Convict
Albino Chinese Algae Eater
Sail FIn Pleco