What's In Your Fish Tank?
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Name: Kevin C.
Experience: Less than 1 year
(155 liter freshwater)
4 bleeding heart tetras, 2 angel fish, 5 zebra danios, 5 sunset plattys, 1 peppered cory cat, 3 petricola cats, 1 red tail shark.
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Kevin's Aquarium
(70 liter freshwater)
set up as quarantine tank




Name: Mikey
Experience: Less than 1 year
(10 gallon freshwater)
2 dwarf gouramies (fire red & cobalt blue), 2 albino catfish, 1 gold gourami, 1 marble, 7 angelfish, 1 golden snail
(2 gallon freshwater)
1 sunset wagtail platy, 2 mickey mouse platies, 3 neon tetras




Name: Michael
Experience: Less than 1 year
(55 gallon freshwater)
4 blind cave fish (aprx 4 inch long ), 5 swordtails, 6 phantom tetras, 1 betta splendens (siamese fighting fish), 8 white cloud mountain minnows, 6 flame tetras, live plants all around except front




Name: Jenny & Tommy
Experience: 5 - 10 years
(125 gallon freshwater)
2 tiger oscars, 3 rosy tail tin foil barbs, 1 pleco
(29 gallon freshwater)
1 angel fish
(10 gallon freshwater)
1 goldfish
(2 gallon freshwater)
1 betta




Name: Nik
Experience: Less than 1 year
(20 gallon freshwater)
5 dalmation mollies, 10 neon tetras, 2 albino plecos
(betta tank)
1 blue and green female beta




Name: Maureen
Experience: More than 10 years
(100 gallon bowfront)
2 adult Jack Dempseys, breeding pair 1 pleco 1 Raphael




Name: Stephanie
Experience: Less than 1 year
(33 gallons freshwater)
3 zebra danios, 2 blueberry skirt tetras, 1 fire belly something(oops), 1 giant danio, 1 tiger planco, 3 live plants, colorful rocks




Name: DJ Gebbs
Experience: 1 - 5 years
(29 gallons freshwater)
1 angel fish, 2 fancy oscar, 4 male guppys, 6 female guppys, 7 neons




Name: Bryon Davis
Experience: 5 - 10 years
(55 gallon freshwater)
2 oscars, 1 jack dempsey, 1 large pleco
(30 gallon freshwater)
6 tiger barbs of each species, catfish, 4 rosies, 3 small plecos.
(10 gallon freshwater)
About 50 mollies for breeding.




Name: Tammy Hernandez
Experience: Less than 1 year
(55 gallon freshwater)
5 tetras, 3 black skirted tetras, one painted tetra, 2 tiger barbs, and 2 plecos




Name: Sarah
Experience: Less than 1 year
(6 gallon freshwater)
4 Zebra Danios




Name: Zach Swarts
Experience: Less than 1 year
(25 gallon freshwater)
2 white moliies, 1 blood mollie, 2 silver catfish, 1 small angelfish, 1 guppy, 1 hatchet, 2 tetras, 2 yellow tetras, 1 neon platy, 1 medium pleco, african dwarf frog
(25 gallon freshwater)
1 electric yellow cichlid, 1 giraffe head cichlid, 1 bumble bee cichlid, 1 tiger cichlid, 1 red cichlid, 1 extra large pleco
(hopefully 55 - 80 gallon saltwater)
I'm hoping to get a saltwater tank for christmas.




Name: Maryann C.
Experience: Less than 1 year
(55 gallon freshwater)
Albino Oscar, Blood Parrot, Jack Dempsy, 2 Jewels, Florida gar, convict, firemouth, and 2 plecos




Name: Trevor Richardson
Experience: 5 - 10 years
(10 gallon brackish)
5 zebra danios, 3 platies, 2 plecos, 2 krib, 8 guppies
(33 gallon freshwater)
2 rainbow sharks, 2 battle sharks, 2 kissing gouramis, adding new fish in couple of weeks




Name: Stephanie
Experience: Less than 1 year
(40 gallon freshwater)
1 black mollie, 1 marble mollie, 2 gold barbs, 1 bala shark, 1 albino rainbow shark, 1 chinese algae eater




Name: Brett
Experience: 5 - 10 years
(55 gallon freshwater)
4 Fiddler Crabs, 2 African Frogs, 9 Black Mystery Snails, 1 Pleco, 4 Orange Corydoras, 3 Green Corydoras, 4 Brown Corydoras, 1 Angelfish, 1 Red Tail Shark, 2 Bala Sharks, 5 Silver Clouds, 4 Silver Dollars, 5 Tiger Barbs




Name: Tyler
Experience: 1 - 5 years
(20 gallon saltwater)
1 yellow tail damsel, 1 royal gramma, 1 brittle star, several crabs and snails
(10 gallon saltwater)
1 blue banded seargent major, several crabs, several snails




Name: stephanie and jeremy
Experience: Less than 1 year
(40 gallon freshwater)
1 black molly, 1 marble molly, 1 orange white and black speckled molly, 1 silver molly, 2 orange mickey mouse platies, 2 gold barbs, 1 bala shark, 1 albino rainbow shark, 1 chinese algae eater




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