Easy's 70

  1. Easy

    Easy Initiate Member

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    Hi guys this is my 70 gal getting close to overstocked but have not been adding any :)
    1 discus 3 angels 2 fat molly 6 neon tetras 5 red danios? 6 guppy 5-6 ghost shrimp
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  2. Donnerjay

    Donnerjay Well Known Member Member

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    Hello and :sign0016: to FishLore!

    Thank you for sharing your tank picture.
     

  3. Dlondon95

    Dlondon95 Well Known Member Member

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    Welcome to Fishlore!

    Your tank looks great! I really like the little Happy Easter thing on it too.
     
  4. OP
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    Easy

    Easy Initiate Member

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    Lol ya that's the wife for ya. Small price to pay I guess for being allowed to have 2 large fish yanks set up.

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  5. nippybetta

    nippybetta Well Known Member Member

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    Gorgeous.
     
  6. Shawnie

    Shawnie Fishlore Legend Member

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    awesome tank !
     
  7. Butterfly

    Butterfly Moderator Moderator Member

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    Very pretty tank! Do you have any problem with the red lava rock tearing your fishes fins?
    Carol
     

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    Easy

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    I don't have much of a problem with it as the old fish was a foot long he did sometimes get some marks on his face chasing feeders most all of the fish are to small and avoid them anyhow. My discus did have a small mark on his side yesterday that I assumed was from it but its gone today. I plan to replace the red rock in here with drift wood and put the red rock in my 40 gal but I have never have much luck with it. Another thing I was thinking about doing is getting plants that will grow onto and cover the rock. Know of anything nice that will get that job done? Here is a pic of one I let this plant grow onto. Don't mind the uprooted plants in the background just got them today along with a new aqueon 55/75 hob filter

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