Advice:Mistake's are made for a reason....
Learn from them.
Description:300 Gallon Central and South American Cichlid Tank.
Rated #63: 90 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank
Rank:#63 out of 4248 Freshwater Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:99
Quote:Don't do today what you can put off until tomorrow.(Only joking, of course)
About Yourself:Have kept a tropical tank for around 30 years and it's that long ago I can't remember what got me into it, probably the beauty of the fish in particular the Siamese Fighting Fish which I managed to breed a few years back. Sat up until around 2.30 am watching them fertilize the eggs and put them into the bubble nest. In general I just love keeping fish and find it rewarding once the tank is all set up and planted out well, the latter being the hardest to do for me.
Fish Kept:Main Tank
Panda catfish -20 ish
Bronze catfish -6
Peppered catfish - 8
Albino catfish - 8
Neon Tetra -20
Glowlight Tetra - 2
Black Emperor Tetra - 6
Silver Dollar - 2
Clown loach - 4
Zebra Danio - 8
Harlequins - 10
Rummy nose Tetra - 6
Humbug catfish- 1
Koi Angels - 2
Golden loach - 2
Khuli loaches - 8
3 bronze cory's
3 albino catfish
1 female siamese (mum and dad have passed now)
1 sucking loach
20 neon tetras.
Advice:Spend plenty of time observing your fish and don't forget to do regular water changes of around 15 to 20% once or twice a week, I do it twice a week. I now use RO water because I have tested my tap water and found that it is high in nitrate.
I have my own RO filtration unit and also use the water for making cups of tea, which I must tell you tastes far better than tap water.
Another thing to remember is always wash your filters in a bucket of water that you have just drained from your tank and NOT under the tap, if you have more than one filter as I do then you can clean one and leave the other for a month, this way you will always have good bacteria in one of them.
There is plenty of good info on the net now, so just read up and filter the info to suit your particular needs.
Description:A different angle shot of the main tank.
Rated #64: 10 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank
Rank:#64 out of 4248 Freshwater Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:191
Fish Kept:1 x Drawf Gourami (M)
5 x Amano Shrimp
9 x Green Neon Rasbora
Advice:I tend to shop cheap and effective. I like DIYs and would rather make it when applicable.
**not cuz its an Ehiem means its the best**
Description:My 95 Gallon DIY 3D background setup
Rated #66: Freshwater Fish Tank
Rank:#66 out of 4248 Freshwater Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:99
Quote:Anything is possible as long as you have passion in your life.
Fish Kept:In this tank
Arowana, Cichlids, Clownloach and pleco.
Advice:Dont trust anyone. Its a hobby.
Description:My 3d freshwater Tank
Rated #67: 75 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank
Rank:#67 out of 4248 Freshwater Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:148
About Yourself:Been fish keeping for 5 years. 5 Tanks.
Fish Kept:1 pair of Melanochromis Johanni, 1 pair of Melanochromis Aurauts, 1 Redtop Cobalt Zebra, 1 Red Zebra, 3 small Lomardoi, 1 Cobalt blue Zebra, 2 Caeruleus, 2 Venustus, 1 Crabo, 1 Jacob Friebergi, 1 pair of Jewels, and 2 Frontosa Cichlids. Most inhabitants have been in there for 1 year plus.
Advice:PATIENCE!!!! You cant expect them to grow by overfeeding them, OVERFILTRATE!!!! With African Cichlids you cant get too much filtration!
Description:This has been a long work in progress I raised most of these guys in a 90g and have recently upgraded to this. It took a lot of Time getting the rockwork all to my liking. I will try to keep this updated as I make changes. Thank You for Looking. The tank is 72"x 36"x 27" Tall
Rated #70: 125 Gallons Freshwater Fish Tank
Rank:#70 out of 4248 Freshwater Tanks submitted all-time 2019 Top 10
Number of votes:98
Quote:Don't believe everything people tell you, even if they are knowledgeable, take everything with a grain of salt.
About Yourself:I am a 17 year old student who got into this hobby because my dad had a 55 gal for years, and growing up i loved it. After digging through the basement four years ago I found it, set it up and put some sunnies i got from a lake in it, and have been expanding ever since. Before i got my tank i spent at least four or five hours a night for a month researching, and it paid off. Currently have a 125 gallon, a 75 gallon, 2- 55 gallons, a 30 gallon, a 15 gallon, a 10 gallon, and a 5.5 gallon.