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So I had a thread before but since I was MIA for so long it has been locked. I will try to keep this one updated.
My current tank list is:
-29 gallon planted community
-15 gallon planted community
-2.5 gallon betta
- 29 gallon bristlenose pleco growout

The stocking is as follows:
29 gallon planted community: 20 celestial pearl danios, 3 or 4 kuhli loaches, 3 bn plecos, some cherry shrimp, Ramshorn snails, mts
15 gallon community: 5 or 6 skirt tetras, 6 albino corycats, 3 female endlers, 1 male guppy, 1 clown pleco
2.5 gallon betta: 1 male betta, 1 cherry shrimp

All tanks have an assortment of anubias and crypts in them. pictures to come.
 
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These pictures are of my 29 gallon community and a couple of the cherry shrimp that live there. ignore the low water level in the pictures, I was in the middle of a water changes
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This is my 2.5 gallon betta tank. This picture was taken with my phone so not as good as the others. Mr. Betta won't stay still but he is a red and white veil tail that I got from petsmart for 3 dollars cause he wasn't doing to good. Hes not completely back to full health but he is significantly better.
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86 ssinit said:
I love anubias. I know there are at least 3 different types but the bigger they get the more they all look the same except for the nana petite. There would be more in the betta tank but he wont leave it alone and it just gets knocked loose. Will be adding more plants to his tank soon though.
 
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I plan on changing the stocking in the 29 soon. Going to find somewhere or someone to take the fish that are currently in there along with the baby plecos that I am growing out and figure out what I'm going to do for the new stocking. I cannot wait to see what I end up with.
 

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Love the 29 planted, looks pro.
 
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H Farnsworth said:
Love the 29 planted, looks pro.
Thanks man. I've been working on it for a couple years. The betta tank really needs some more plants and a new light. I plan in doing that when I'm done with the 29. I'll probably do something about that wood too. It refuses to water log which is why those rocks are on it.
 

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Pressure cook the log then let it cool in the cooker over night
 
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Hadn't heard that one. However I do not have a pressure cooker
 

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Pot with tight fitting lid?
 
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I have a large pot but I wouldn't call the lid tight fitting. I guess I could just boil the wood but I'm not entirely sure what kind it is and I heard that some kinds of wood get soft when boiled.
 
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So I sold all of my bn babies to a local fish store for store credit. Since I have no plans at the moment to raise any plecos for the foreseeable future, I went ahead and got rosy barbs for my tank. They are in quarentine in what was the pleco growout tank and they will be there until i rehome my celestial pearl danios from my main tank or until I decide to turn this quarentine into a display tank like has happened with every other quarentine I have tried to set up. Will get pics in the morning cause it is very late and the lights on the tank are off.
 
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This is my quarentine tank. It currently houses 7 rosy barbs and 1 baby bn pleco. The bn pleco is not actually supposed to be in there. He just evaded capture when I was getting g his siblings out.
It is filtered by a fluval aquaclear 50 and it has a diy water polisher on the opposite end for additional flow. I also have an air stone going.
The fish hide behind that piece of wood in the middle constantly. Unless there is food in the tank.
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One of my 7 barbs passed the night that I got them but the other 6 are doing wonderfully. If they continue this pattern then I will put them in the main tank middle of march. By then I should have a new home for the celestial pearl danios.
 
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