Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquarium Builds' started by Zeeth29, Jun 20, 2018.
What would you do with a standard 29 gallon? Looking for some inspiration.
Oh my! One of my special peeps just did one! Totally awesome! I’ll try to find it. Makes me so jealous!
I would probably do a tank for shell dwelling cichlids.
I’ve been searching for this thread! I’m still trying to find the most beautiful 29 ever!
In my 30 gallon I’d do a community tank. 2 angelfish 2 dwarf gouramis 15 neon tetras 1 octanious catfish 1 britlenose pleco 1 nertile snail Or... 11 female bettas 1 britlenose pleco (I’m a fan of betta sororities.)
My 29 gallon is my community tank, currently houses: 1 BN pleco 1 clown pleco 4 female platies 2 guppy fry 2 male Bolivian rams 4-8 nerite snails 3-4 assassin snails It used to be a home to all of my livebearers, of which I had mollies, guppies, and platies. Then I had a gourami shoal (3-4 at a time) as a centerpiece which was very nice. Now I’m experimenting with dwarf cichlids. Plants really add character, and I love a naturally inspired tank. I’ll see if I have some pictures. You can really do a lot with a 29 gallon. It’s like a happy medium between too small and a bit large . Hopefully this gave you some inspiration, happy scaping! Edit: I just realized that my Anubias looks absolutely dreadful, I moved recently and I think my plants had a bit of a shock. I’ll clean it up.
I don't know, I think it might be a myth.
With my head it could be imagination.
Everything that is currently in my 29 will move to the 75 when it is cycled. Then I plan to tear down the 29, replace the gravel with sand, add more plants and stick it with a shoal of peppered cories and a school of harlequin rasboras
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