Show Me Your 10's!

Discussion in 'Freshwater Aquarium Builds' started by Colleen B, Mar 12, 2019.

  1. Colleen BWell Known MemberMember

    I had a bit of a disaster with hydra and fin rot with my 10g betta tank so I put him in a hospital tank and I'm tearing my 10g down. Need inspiration on how to redo it!
    What do your 10 gallons look like?

    This was mine before I completely ruined it lol. I'm looking to go in a completely different direction - maybe not even live plants! 20190228_173425.jpg
     




  2. CanadianFishFanWell Known MemberMember

    My two healthy rescue bettas (I gotta take photos of the other 3 later)
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  3. RobinIsACatttoValued MemberMember

    No fish in yet and the plants are very new, but this is mine :)
     

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  4. AndrewPNew MemberMember

  5. Colleen BWell Known MemberMember

    I love this!
     
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  6. MusicalFishiesValued MemberMember

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  7. Colleen BWell Known MemberMember

    the anubias on the right is the most healthy anubias ive ever seen lol
     
  8. nikm128Well Known MemberMember

    Wow, all this really shows how much bigger some good aquascaping will make a small tank look
     
  9. upinakNew MemberMember

    I turned it into a micro. Yes, I know I’ve got some algae clean up... it came at us faster than we thought.
     

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  10. RobinIsACatttoValued MemberMember

    I love the driftwood! Maybe I should get a piece that's a little less clunky next time. :) the one I have kinda makes my tank look small lol
     
  11. upinakNew MemberMember

    I think that is where I may have gotten then dreaded BBA. :( But yes, I love driftwood, as do the o cats and pygmy cory, and cherry shrimp.
     
  12. kallililly1973Valued MemberMember

    Slightly older pic of my 10. It had all guppies and ramshorn but now houses 4 albino Cory cats ... will soon up the # to 6
     

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  13. GiulWell Known MemberMember

    Here’s my 10 gallon shrimp & honey gourami tank. It’s currently housing some guppy fry but those are being moved this weekend
     

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  14. midnaWell Known MemberMember

    betta tank. will eventually be getting rid of the big ugly sponge filter so i'll have room for more plants.

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  15. MaxxxValued MemberMember

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    My Fluval flex 9 I know it’s not a 10 but it’s not about size, it’s about what you can do with it. I have 1 female betta, 9 ember tetras, a dwarf crayfish, and some snails.
     
  16. The_fishyValued MemberMember

    CA731446-9162-4029-8B0C-9C40D46900A8.jpeg I have a divided one!

    Bettas on both sides, one has a nerite snail and the other has amano shrimp
     
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  18. nikm128Well Known MemberMember

    Here's my 10 at night. Will post another pic in the morning so I don't wake the fishies
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  19. DemeterFishlore VIPMember

    Just took this last night, the tank is really dark from the large crypts in the back, but the betta and java loaches love it.
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  20. midnaWell Known MemberMember

    what kind of monster crypts are those?! goodness
     
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