I bought 2 tanks in December. I had my 20 gallon for a 3 weeks, and realized I just had to have another one So I bought the ten, lol - Now I am thinking about getting 3 more, lol -- a biorb 8 gallon to house another betta, a 40 gallon saltwater for clownfish, bangaiI cardinalfish and peppermint shrimp AND a 125 Freshwater tank for balas, clown loaches and various kinds of plecos
But I am sure that they would take me a good 3 years to get lol
I have a 55, two 20's, and a 10. However, one of the 20's isn't made to hold water (too thin) so I'm using it for a Gecko. The other 20 is from the 60's and I don't trust it to hold too much water - so it will be for Oriental Firebelly Toads.
I also have the 10gal which I don't have any lights/filter/heater for yet.
The 55 is in my sig.
Oh, and I almost forgot the 33long with the MalawI Cichlids. They are WONDERFUL fish!
I have 2 tanks: one 10 gallons and the other 30 gallons in volume. It took me a few months to get both tanks. That is, I didn't wait a few months to get them, but rather got my second tank a few months after the first one. I first bought a 10 gallon tank with 12 neons and 2 small angelfish. (I now know it was overcrowded - but of course I had no idea that it was when I was just beginning. Miraculously, all fish were - and are - fine!) Of course, I thought the angelfish were not going to get as big as they are right now - nobody cared to inform me at the LFS. But as time went by, they grew larger and larger, and that's why I decided to get a 30 gallon tank. I didn't like the idea of fish this large to be confined in a small 10 gallon tank. I still think 30 gallons isn't enough for them, but it's definitely better than 10 gallons. And for now I don't have the time for a big tank - so for now they've gotta stay in the 30 gallon tank. That's how I got my 2 tanks It's been about 2 years now since I began my fish hobby.
Dino, the fish house is looking great! But my God ... 60 tanks currently, plus additional 90 in the fish house!!! Or is that 90 already in your possession? (Which would mean the fish house will have even more!?) All I can say is that I am utterly amazed. How in the world do you take care of so many tanks? How do you perform your water changes? I really can't imagine this. You deserve a fish-keeping GOLD MEDAL, lol.