Top 11 - 20 Planted Tanks 2010

Rated #11: 58 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: Ukraine
Rank: #11 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.71
Number of votes: 112
Quote: nil
About Yourself: I am 43, seaman. I am sorry for my poor english
Fish Kept: many
Corals/Plants: nil
Tank Size: 58 gallons
Advice: wabi-kuso
Description: 58hall, CO2

Rated #12: 18 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: Malaysia
Rank: #12 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.55
Number of votes: 119
Quote: Nil
About Yourself: Nil
Fish Kept: Cardinal tetras, guppies, rummy nose, yamatos, red cherry shrimps, etc.
Corals/Plants: Java moss, Anubias barteri, Microsorum pteropus, etc.
Tank Size: 18 gallons
Advice: None
Description: My Planted Tank

Rated #13: 140 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: Iran
Rank: #13 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.51
Number of votes: 105
Quote: iran
About Yourself: I am babak 29 years old male from Iran.
Fish Kept: tetra phantom,guppy,cherry shrimp
Tank Size: 140 gallons
Advice: the more u learn the best u can get
Description: fish paradise

Rated #14: 50 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: Canada
Rank: #14 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.51
Number of votes: 109
Fish Kept: 2 angels 1 rainbow shark 1 clown plecto 4 rummy nose tetra 6 neon tetras 10 oto cats 2 blue rams 1 glass catfish
Corals/Plants: ludwigia repens, echinodorus rose, hygrphila polysperma, micranthemum umbrosum,echinodorus quadricostatus, proserpinaca palustris, lilaeopsis mauritiana, java moss, waterfern, vallisneria spiralis, bacopa caroliniana, egeria densa
Tank Size: 50 gallons
Advice: water chnges are a must and keep trying
Description: just another pic

Rated #15: 90 Gallons Planted Tank

State: Florida
Country: United States
Rank: #15 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.51
Number of votes: 96
About Yourself: My wife started all of this because of Boo, our betta that is no longer with us. It started with a 1 gal tank....
Fish Kept: 9 Discus, 3 clown loaches, amano shrimp, 5 rainbow, 3 roseline sharks, approx 35 cardinal tetras, aprox 35 rummy nose tetras, chinese algea eater, 1 otto
Corals/Plants: annubias, crypts, cabumba, lilies, dwarf sagitaria, amazon swords; dwarf hairgrass; lilies and a couple of unknown plants
Tank Size: 90 gallons
Advice: Dont buy every product that is told you need to buy. Make sure you over drive your plants and they will start hammering out the algea.
Description: main pic 3-21-2010

Rated #16: 120 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: United Kingdom
Rank: #16 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.49
Number of votes: 101
About Yourself: Started with Goldies then moved through to tropicals and then splashed out on the biggie to house the discus. Running x3 tanks of various sizes.
Fish Kept: Home to x7 Discus, x40 cardinals, x2 pearl gouramis, x3 cory's and a couple of BN's (starlight)
Corals/Plants: All sorts, of plants that is.
Tank Size: 120 gallons
Advice: Keep watching that water.
Description: Sea shell tank on solid oak base.

Rated #17: 70 Gallons Planted Tank

State: Michigan
Country: United States
Rank: #17 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.47
Number of votes: 100
Fish Kept: rummy nose tetras, neon tetras, CPD's, yoyo loaches, cory cats, ornate dwarf rasboras, harlequin rasboras, cardinals, greman blue rams, apistogrammas, otocilclus, rainbow threadfins, cherry and amano shrimp
Tank Size: 70 gallons
Advice: Take it slow
Description: 70 gallon 2 tank system

Rated #18: 75 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: Australia
Rank: #18 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.46
Number of votes: 106
Quote: I never went to bed with an ugly woman, but I sure woke up with a few!
About Yourself: Said to the wife lets get a fish tank. Fell in love with the hobby. Can't see myself ever giving it up. Still love the wife though.
Fish Kept: Loaches, Peppered Corys, Tetras, Platies, SAE's and a few odd bods.
Corals/Plants: Crypts, Swords, Anubias, Hygro, & Chain Swords. I now use Hygrophila for filling large spaces as it grows very fast & responds excellently to CO2 and ferts & is extremely easy to grow. Although I still keep one Blue Stricta as I've had it for about a year and it's kind of sentimental.
Tank Size: 75 gallons
Advice: Well I'm new to the hobby myself. Only been in it for about 8 months. But I would suggest buying the best equipment you can possibly afford. Get a canister filter, they are worth their weight in gold. Never take the word of your LFS. Do your research. Every aquarium is different. What works for your mate may not work for you. 50%PWC weekly helps your fish thrive.
Description: Aquatic valium.

Rated #19: 40 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: Australia
Rank: #19 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.4
Number of votes: 98
Fish Kept: Peruvian altum angels, german rams, cockatoo cichlid, panda corys, otos, rummynose tetras
Corals/Plants: Narrow-leaf java fern, windelov, blyxa japonica, various crypts.
Tank Size: 40 gallons
Advice: None
Description: 3ft planted tank

Rated #20: 45 Gallons Planted Tank

Country: Australia
Rank: #20 out of 234 Planted Tanks submitted 2010
September Top 10 or all-time top 10
Submitted:
Ratings: 6.35
Number of votes: 176
About Yourself: Fish keeper for about 4 years now, got into it after getting a 2 foot tank from a friend and havent stopped since.
Fish Kept: Blue dwarf or three spot Gourami, Rainbow shark, BN catfish, Longfin BN catfish, 5 rosey tetras, 5 Serpae tetras, 4 Rosey barbs, 4 Guppies, 2 Siamese algae eaters, Chinese algae eater.
Corals/Plants: Amazon Swords, Vallisneria, wisteria, banana lily, chain swords, crested java fern, lace fern, pink hygrophila, blue stricta.
Tank Size: 45 gallons
Advice: Start small and simple. DO NOT BUY EXPENSIVE FISH AS YOUR FIRST. Gather as much knowledge as you can from others with experience. Be patient and try to enjoy the learning curve your on.
Description: 150L Fresh water planted community

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