Top 61 - 70 Planted Tanks 2007

Rated #61: 55 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #61: 55 Gallons Planted Tank - Full View.
Username: DoctorA
Country: United States
Rank: #61 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: DoctorA on
Ratings: 5.3
Number of votes: 167
Quote: never leave a fish behind
Fish Kept: 2 blue three-spot gouramis, 1 white opaline gourami, 10 neon tetras, 9 axelrods, 1 yellow king tiger pleco (L333)
Corals/Plants: wisteria, parv swords, chain swords, onion plants
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Advice: Read, Read, Read! Unlike pools, DONT JUMP IN
Description: Full View.

Rated #62: 44 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #62: 44 Gallons Planted Tank - This pic is at 4 weeks old. Plants doing very well in the Tetra Complete substrate (with sand and grit) and feeding once a week with   Nutrafin Plant Gro.

08-12-07 (8 weeks) - will need to get a new pic as the plants are much bigger now. The Star Grass on the rear left has been chopped back once already.
Username: Jason Wright
Country: United Kingdom
Rank: #62 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Jason Wright on
Ratings: 5.29
Number of votes: 154
Fish Kept: x4 Black Neons x6 Pentazona Barbs x2 Clown Loaches
Corals/Plants: 28 Various freshwater plants
Tank Size: 44 gallons
Advice: I lost 2 tetras in December 07. Lots of gasping from them and then death. Had a chat with the LFS and got my water checked out. I was advised to treat the tank with ‘eSHa Exit’ as the water looked fine, but the gasping could be a sign of a parasite. A week after treatment all the fish are much more active and look so much brighter! Always take your time and use plenty of towels!
Description: This pic is at 4 weeks old. Plants doing very well in the Tetra Complete substrate (with sand and grit) and feeding once a week with Nutrafin Plant Gro. 08-12-07 (8 weeks) - will need to get a new pic as the plants are much bigger now. The Star Grass on the rear left has been chopped back once already.

Rated #63: 132 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #63: 132 Gallons Planted Tank - Redo of Discus Aquarium.....better picture
Username: Gert
Country: Netherlands
Rank: #63 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Gert on
Ratings: 5.28
Number of votes: 167
Quote: None
About Yourself: I am a carpenter building my own tanks and cupboards for them . Apart from my own family aquariums is my life !
Fish Kept: Preparing for discus-500LTR
Corals/Plants: The usual
Tank Size: 132 gallons
Advice: Start with +/- 90Ltr tank to gain expierience and then go bigger from there . Already on 690Ltr and preparing for 1500Ltr....
Description: Redo of Discus Aquarium.....better picture

Rated #64: 55 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #64: 55 Gallons Planted Tank - One of my tanks.
Username: Forsyth Aquatics
Country: United States
Rank: #64 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Forsyth Aquatics on
Ratings: 5.27
Number of votes: 164
Fish Kept: Gourami, Loaches, Cories, Otos, SAEs.
Corals/Plants: Low light plants and a few assorted swords.
Tank Size: 55 gallons
Advice: Research first, it's not as hard as most people think.
Description: One of my tanks.

Rated #65: 36 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #65: 36 Gallons Planted Tank - 36 gallon corner bowfront
Username: puffer
Country: United States
Rank: #65 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: puffer on
Ratings: 5.27
Number of votes: 181
Quote: "you have how many tanks?!'
Fish Kept: puffers, gobies, tetras, barbs, and a few oddballs here and there, and no not all in the same tank
Corals/Plants: various anubias, ludwigias, crypts, and others i can't recall right now
Tank Size: 36 gallons
Advice: see something you want? research before you buy it.
Description: 36 gallon corner bowfront

Rated #66: 24 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #66: 24 Gallons Planted Tank - This is my first planted tank, that i've been slowly working on for just over 6 months. The windelov's fern grows so fast and so big i'm just letting it float until i decide what to do with it. The first few months everything grew so slow i was disappointed but in the past few months everything grows so fast i'm overwhelmed. i've redesigned the tank half a dozen times trying to keep up with the plant growth as it continues to exceed my expecations.
Username: Josh
Country: United States
Rank: #66 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Josh on
Ratings: 5.25
Number of votes: 174
Quote: I find television very educational: every time someone turns it on I go into the other room and read a book.
Fish Kept: 10 neon tetras, 2 black angels, 1 golden killifish, 1 SAE, 1 ottocat, 4 blue-eyes, 1 ghost cat, and lots of little snails.
Corals/Plants: Madagascar Laceleaf, Ruffled Amazon Sword, windelov’s fern, Narrow Leaf Ludwigia, Western Milfoil, java fern, java moss, and riccia
Tank Size: 24 gallons
Advice: plan ahead!
Description: This is my first planted tank, that i've been slowly working on for just over 6 months. The windelov's fern grows so fast and so big i'm just letting it float until i decide what to do with it. The first few months everything grew so slow i was disappointed but in the past few months everything grows so fast i'm overwhelmed. i've redesigned the tank half a dozen times trying to keep up with the plant growth as it continues to exceed my expecations.

Rated #67: 13 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #67: 13 Gallons Planted Tank - 13 gallon Asian biotope
Username: Cecilia
Country: Sweden
Rank: #67 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Cecilia on
Ratings: 5.17
Number of votes: 178
Fish Kept: 1.1.0 Colisa Chuna 5.3.0 Celestichthys margaritatus
Corals/Plants: - Eleocharis Acicularis - Lilaeopsis Brasiliensis - Vallisneria Americana - Valisneria Gigantea - Hygrophila Polysperma - Hygrophila Difformis - Rotala Macrandra - Rotala Rotundifolia - Eichornia Crassipes - Limnobium Laevigatum - Azolla caroliniana - Nymphaea Lotus - Hemianthus Callitrichoides - Hydrocotyle leucocephala - Salvinia natans - Pistia stratiotes - Riccia fluitans
Tank Size: 13 gallons
Advice: Don't start this small
Description: 13 gallon Asian biotope

Rated #68: Planted Tank

Rated #68: Planted Tank - Just completed planted tank - sorry for the quality of picture
Username: Leal
Country: Australia
Rank: #68 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Leal on
Ratings: 5.12
Number of votes: 160
Quote: I'd rather have a drink on the rocks than be in the drink on the rocks
Fish Kept: Barbs - 3 x tigers, 3 x moss + 3 other barbs (not sure of name), 2 x silver sharks, 2 x clown loaches, 2 x angels, 2 x dwarf gauramies and 1 siamese fighting fish
Corals/Plants: Loads but looking for loads more - love the idea of planted tanks - only discovered it three days ago and have invested in only 25 new plants and have only filled 2/3rds of my tank
Advice: Make sure your supplier of stock (fish) has a good reputation (if you are not sure only buy a few less expensive fish and keep them quaranteened) you may be infected with white spot or something else that could potentially cost you alot of money!!!
Description: Just completed planted tank - sorry for the quality of picture

Rated #69: 75 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #69: 75 Gallons Planted Tank - 75gl all plants are real
Username: Todd
Country: United States
Rank: #69 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Todd on
Ratings: 5.1
Number of votes: 171
Quote: what
About Yourself: i like fish tanks
Fish Kept: 4 Angle fish, 9 neon tetras, 4 red eye tetras, 2 algea eaters,1 Pelco, 4 banded tetras
Corals/Plants: Amazon sward, Java Furn, and others
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Advice: Don't give up
Description: 75gl all plants are real

Rated #70: 20 Gallons Planted Tank

Rated #70: 20 Gallons Planted Tank - This is version 2 of my original planted tank, designed rather than evolved by accident. It's been running for 8 weeks now, the stem plant growth is out of control. I've used pool filter sand at the front, the cories seem to like it, red jasper rocks keep it seperate from the eco at the back.
Username: Ged Tranter
Country: Australia
Rank: #70 out of 271 Planted Tanks submitted 2007
June Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted By: Ged Tranter on
Ratings: 5.08
Number of votes: 206
Quote: If at first you don't succeed, read some more and ask more questions.
About Yourself: One tank is never enough.
Fish Kept: Pair of blue rams, 8 x rummynose tetras, 5 x emperor tetras, 6 corydoras trilineatus.
Corals/Plants: Various crypts, hygrophilia, blyxa japonica, java fern, anubias, various aponogetons, red tiger lotus, giant and thin valisneria.
Tank Size: 20 gallons
Advice: Go easy on the lighting in your set up unless you want an algae tank. When you feel the need for 'just one more fish', be strong and say no. Get to know the people at your local fish shops and spend your dollar there, not Walmart etc.
Description: This is version 2 of my original planted tank, designed rather than evolved by accident. It's been running for 8 weeks now, the stem plant growth is out of control. I've used pool filter sand at the front, the cories seem to like it, red jasper rocks keep it seperate from the eco at the back.

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