Gourami Geek
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Gender:
Female
Birthday:
March 1
Location:
Somewhere on the Great Plains.
Occupation:
School

Gourami Geek

Valued Member, Female, from Somewhere on the Great Plains.

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10 gal. : 2 bettas Dec 31, 2016

Gourami Geek was last seen:
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  • About

    Gender:
    Female
    Birthday:
    March 1
    Location:
    Somewhere on the Great Plains.
    Occupation:
    School
    Quarantine?:
    Usually
    Country Flag:
    usa
    Experience:
    2 years
    Do you know about the Aquarium Nitrogen Cycle?:
    Yes
    I have a baaaaaad case of MTS... here are all my current tanks:
    10 gallon divided: 2 Bettas
    10 gallon: 1 Betta
    10 gallon planted half moon: 5 Sparkling Gouramis
    12 gallon planted mini pond: 5 Zebra Danios
    35 gallon planted hex: 4 female Bettas (more coming soon) and 5 Cories
    55 gallon: (MAJOR changes coming soon) 2 Blood Parrots, 1 Angelfish, 5 Flame Tetras, 1 Gold Algae Eater
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    NEW TANKS COMING SOON
    20 gallon turtle tank is soon getting a makeover and I will be adding some finned tank mates for the turtle. Hoping to do this when I finish getting my room rearranged and the new turtle dock comes in the mail.

    Going to set up my 3 gallon, plant it like crazy, and make a nice ghost shrimp tank. Waiting until February or so to set it up so that I have something to do on one of those cold, dreary February weekends.
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    So, there are my 6 (soon to be 8) tanks, all in one 10 x 12 room that I share with them! Yes, my room sounds like a waterfall with all those filters running, but I don't mind. It's worth it when you can just sit back and look at all the little underwater worlds you've created and smile. :)








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