Few pics

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by Jennifer26, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

  2. guppygrlValued MemberMember

    Great photos! It looks really nice!

  3. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

    Thanks hun :)

  4. Matt BWell Known MemberMember

    Wow, very colorful tank! I really like your gourami's. :) What kind of fish is that in pics 6 & 7, some kind of apisto?

  5. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

    Thanks! :) - they are kribsenses - however I spell it lol
  6. jetajockeyFishlore VIPMember

    Nice colors thanks for sharing with us :)
  7. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

    Thanks! Only had tank 6 months! :)
  8. Moneypenny1967Valued MemberMember

    Some of those fish names are so hard to type let alone spell.Makes for interesting reading.What is the pinkish round thing on rock at top of last picture.Looks unusual.Meaning I have no idea what it is.Great tank setup.
  9. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

    Lol I don't know how to pronounce most of them I just point and say ill have that please hahaha - here's a bigger picture of the tank so u can see what the pink thing is lol ImageUploadedByTapatalk1356129963.005882.jpgImageUploadedByTapatalk1356129974.172222.jpg included other picture of a bit of a wood / plant decoration I got today :)
  10. Disc61Well Known MemberMember

    very nice setup you have Jennifer, thanks for sharing
  11. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

    Thanks - ! My pride and joy lol upgrading to a 110l in feb! So need ideas for that one :) may do red sand and some juwels or something!
  12. AlanGreeneWell Known MemberMember

    I really like sand, I think the fish like it more too! keep us updated on your new tank, I am currently (and very slowly!) setting up my new tank too :D
  13. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

    Yeah I've got Malawi chilids (kribsenses) and they like to dig and stuff - the stuff I have at present is to big and I worry they will cut them selves on it!
  14. oscarsbudWell Known MemberMember

    Beautiful tank! Very nice setup. I also use sand. My cories love it.
  15. AlanGreeneWell Known MemberMember

    I'm sure they will be okay, I am getting some cory sterbai soon and so sand is a must for me but I prefer it anyway... more natural looking and softer on the fishes bellies!
  16. Jennifer26Valued MemberMember

    Yeah! Heard sand is a lot Easier to clean to once u get the hang of it cuz all the waste stays at the top

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