I have a 75, 30 cube, and 29 all sitting around. They were all given to me. What can I say, I wasn’t going to say “no” to free tanks lol!Leeman75 said:I WISH I had a 40 sitting around!!
Love the gemstones in there!Thunder_o_b said:
Also now adding a 150 tall to my list because that looks amazing. Seems like a great size too.Thunder_o_b said:
That’s a hefty quarantine tank!Dave125g said:I'm down t0 3 tanks now. Gonna be only 2 come fall. Just the 125 and the 29 gallons. My 40 gallon will turn into the quarantine tank for both. It will be shut down until needed.
You have quite the collection... and some great self control! I think the only tank I've ever had empty that didn't have huge, fast approaching plans was a 5 Gal... that's gone now!! I'm a dangerous person when I have spare tanks and extra filter media in my main tanks...JLeeM said:I can't wait to take a few tanks down or redo at least one.
40 Gallon Breeder (staying)
37 Gallon (staying)
29 Gallon (want to eventually upgrade)
Who am I kidding, would like to upgrade all of them but the 5 gallon betta tank.
29 Gallon growout (should soon have tons of longfin calico bristlenose to find homes for)
10 Gallon Quarantine (soon to be emptied)
5 Gallon Quarantine (hope to use for a new project after, might up it to a 10)
Two 20 Longs
Two 10 Gallons
Hey there and thanks! They are Snakeskin PigeonBlood but I believe one of the parents of our breeding pair (female) maybe a Turquoise or Blue Diamond as they have some blue in them that is clearly being passed along.Amazoniantanklvr said:OOH, can I see both of your discus tanks? What kind do you breed?
There said to only reach 8 inches in captivity and 10 inches in the wild. In a 75 gallon they'll reach 8 inches. In my 125 Jake got to 10 inches.jinjerJOSH22 said:Wow, what a beast of a fish
My 2 are about half that size hopefully one day they'll reach that.
What does everyone look like is a long one too. I'm a lame o with 2.... lolAnders247 said:I'm just surprised this has lasted this long. 802 votes, dang. I can't believe it's been like 5 years since I made this.....
Wow, yeah, 5 years a week ago.
I use storage tubs for QT because I know that I will end up doing the same! Bad thing is, I keep buying fish because I have space to keep them and end up having to buy more tanks for their permanent homes! Done it so many timesjake37 said:I keep turning my qt tanks into real tank because they just sit there. First I throw in some substrate; then I figure I might as well add some plants and with all those plants - well why not toss in a fish or two - and the next thing I know it is so populated I can't possibly use it as a qt so well then I gotta get another tank.... Well now I have to use a pail as a qt since I don't have room for more tanks
one of us! one of us!Rev said:I like to think I'm still holding out at 2 small tanks. If I had it my way I'd have a LOT more by now. However the 180g in my garage and the 90 gallon I tried to purchase a few weeks ago beg to differ