About Yourself:Got into fishtanks back in highschool with a very neglected goldfish. I started again about 2 years ago when I found a stream full of guppies, then got Gold fish again, then an Oscar and now this tank. I currently have 6 tanks in my house ranging from 10 gallon to 45 gallons. My 15 is probably my favorite.
Advice:Have a good cleanup crew in your tanks. Algae eater, shrimp and snails will clean up a lot of debris on their own and make maintenance minimal. Also, keep the tank where you will see them as much as possible, that way you notice any changes immediately. Also, once you plant something, leave it alone! They need some time to build up roots, or they will never get any larger.
Description:Pemco 15 Gallon Stainless steel frame tank with 9w CFL lighting in stainless hood, Black sand, Foam filter, and Ohia wood branch. Contains 5 tiger Barbs, one green tiger barb, two Normani Lampeyes, Pipiwai (Native Hawaiian freshwater opihi[limpets]) and a few random shrimp.
Description:This is my 90 Gallon South American tank. Tried to keep it as realistic as possible. I am using a really fine sand, along with 3 different species of driftwood. This is my first attempt at a planted tank.
I have 6 Assorted Discus, 5 Geophagus Red Head Tapajos, 5 Bolivian Rams, and 2 Bushy Nose Plecos. All very very young.
Anubias Nana, Amazon Sword, Vallesneria
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