Gotta get the info. But I have a 75 gallon, two 55 gallons, (one mostly planted), a 20 gallon, and a 5 gallon for my night stand.
Never give up. Always keep trying.
Parrot fish, Neons, Clown loaches, Yoyo loaches, Rainbow Sharks, Mollies, Platies, plecos, plecos and plecos, mystery snails, crawfish, Dragon Goby, Albino Tiger Barbs, Dwarf Gouramis, so many more. I will have to take inventory . Oh, I know I have a few fish that I need help telling what they are. They were rejects because they had their fins eaten. So the store let me have them, but I don't know what they are.
I honestlly am just a fish lover. I have had aquariums all my life. My dad bought me a 10 gallon with my barbs and goldfish when I was six, and now I have tanks all over my house.
During the summer months, it may become more of a challenge to keep your aquarium temperature stable.
There are many different species of barbs but some of them are better than others for the larger home aquarium.
Cultivating a thriving saltwater tank can be a challenge but it is also incredibly rewarding.