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a few pics of my disease

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquariums & Fish Photos' started by dwbarger, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. dwbarger

    dwbarger Thread Starter New Member

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    my first plywood tank its about 225 gallons and yes all plywood
    the 2 plywood tanks setup along basement wall
    the split wall tank made 2 of em around 30 gallons ea section
    one wall of 10s have since added a row to the very top.
    wall tanks in the beginning stages

    many more pics to come once I take some

    my favorite fish in the collection
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  2. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    <--officially wants your house..okay, maybe not the house but the ROOM for all the tanks would be awesome!
    *is filling the 1st tank mentally* haha!
     
  3. dwbarger

    dwbarger Thread Starter New Member

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    sorry cant have either :) well somedays i would probably give it all away. anyways the first tank has been setup for so long and is established so well the only thing I have to do is add water once a month that evaporated really no maintenance at all on it except for cleaning of the filter every 2 months. it only houses about 6 fish and 1 lobster and a few snails
     
  4. Anthony

    Anthony Active Member

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    I'm sure on water change day you would gladly give it to someone else. LoL

    I hope you have well water ?
     
  5. dwbarger

    dwbarger Thread Starter New Member

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    nah I dont mind water changes its kinda relaxing and a cool way to interact with the fish. I do the 160 with the flowerhorns about 1 a month and they are fun. they chase the tube pick at fingers and just act all weird. yes well water with a simple fill and stop setup so i can do several tanks at once by myself.
     
  6. FishVixen

    FishVixen Active Member

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    Wow great tanks!
     
  7. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    You don't do weekly partials or need to add dechlorinator with the evaporation?
    I had a lobster, his name was terry..he passed on to bluer waters :)
     
  8. buzz4520

    buzz4520 Well-Known Member

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    great looking tanks and set ups !
     
  9. Jeff W

    Jeff W New Member

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    Out right Beautiful tanks and set ups

    Jeff
     
  10. dwbarger

    dwbarger Thread Starter New Member

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    weekly partials on all 55 and under by or tri on the tanks up to 160, once a month on the 225 and its been about 3 months now on the 265 and all parameters are perfect so I am not gonna touch it till it needs to be touched.
     
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    dwbarger Thread Starter New Member

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  12. MOD_Dawn

    MOD_Dawn Active Member

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    pretty yellow discus!
     
  13. qnzcuban

    qnzcuban New Member

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    dude its a disease thts beautiful lol
     
  14. Robert Barnes Sr.

    Robert Barnes Sr. New Member

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    dbarger I like your plywood tank build for my next tank project I will be going up 200 gal. so my next build will be a 400 gal saltwater tank