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One day old 46 gallon bowfront from paludarium to shrimp tank.
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MutualAssuredDestruction

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125 gallon Just set up this year.

55 gallon been set up 3 years


Old set up for my 55 gallon
 

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My pleco tank. Just added the fluidized bed filter today so I can remove the AC50 and sponge filter in a month. The QF50 will stay.
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Here is my outside 29 after trying to battle an algae bloom ( possibly a slight BB as well) after the 3-4 day heatwave we’ve had in the northeast USA .. it has a ton of ramshorn and some guppies ( needless to say everyone is safe) and runs on a solar powered air pump attached to a dual sponge filter the not so clear pic is today and the other pic is a month or so ago
 

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This is my 84 gallon planted tank. Has mature plants that need constant pruning due to incredible growth rate. Love it!
 

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Just did a rescape of my 10 gallon! It crashed when I had cherry shrimp and everything died including all the plants. Now I’m just giving this tank another shot! @ me if you are interested in the stocking
 

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Here's my 40 gallon, all done with all fish settling in well. They spawned today so I guess they like it!
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Canaculus said:
Yes I want to know what's in the tank @Preston Landolt.
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Plants -
Javafern (far left)
Anubias Nana (Left and between rocks)
Some miscellaneous crypt (right)
My favorite plant Ludwigia Super Red Mini (back)
2 varieties of floating plants I can’t remember names.

1 betta and a handful of pond snails

The ludwigia gets super full and gets a beautiful red-yellow leaf in good condition.
Here is some in this aquarium before the rescape
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Benfreshwater

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Here is my heavily planted 30gal with Rosy Barb's, golden Gouramis, manucapuru Angel, albino shark and a few species in there like Cory's and Plecos.
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17A41286-AC2E-4F12-B815-79CAD1085009.jpeg D5E90025-80A3-469B-892B-402A98DE3891.jpeg My planted 40b with 20 gal sump. Needs a good pruning and rearrangement of plants. Photo on left is older. Photo on right really does show the growth.
 

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My simple 5 gallon - been running for a year. Super easy maintenance, I practically ignore the plants and they are doing great. My betta has been loving it for a few months, and is even growing longer fins!
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Has a simple hob filter and the plants are planted in a coarse sand/clay mixture.
Setting it up was easy and quick, I practically just shoved the plants in the substrate, in fact, half of them have floated out of the substrate and still grow.
No co2, ferts and a simple LED light on the top.
The rock is called zebra rock and I love it
Edit: sorry about bad photos, they didn't come through great.
 

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Haven't updated in a while. 55 gallon is coming along after a rescape a couple months ago. Can't get my dwarf sag to take off like it does in my 20 gallon despite plenty of lighting, ferts root tabs and co2. Pretty sure I killed my alt.reineki. Everything else is growing like weeds. Really just want to get a thick dwarf sag carpet going for the entire front area then I'll be happy with this tank.
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My two large Cichlid tanks!
First one is 80 gallon
Second one is 125 gallon
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My 1 month old 75gallon, dealing with some GSA, GDA and Diatoms right now hopefully I can get it dialed in.
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Just wanted to share a photo of my tank I have 5 of those glass fish idk the exact name and 1 blue dwarf gourami all live plants as well let’s see your tanks as I like to look at others
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Here's my 50 gallon - running for 8+ months (2+ with CO2 and DIY fertilisers)

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I've been documenting my trials and tribulations (every type of algae) here:
Transitioning To Co2
 
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