Some of my fishies

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by Gunnie, Aug 3, 2005.

  1. GunnieWell Known MemberMember

    My 100 gal. oscar tank.  It has 2 oscars, 1 jack dempsey, and 1 very large common pleco

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    This is one of my multies in my shellie tank.  They are so cool.  I call them my mini bulldozers.   ;)

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    This is one of my yo yo loaches.  I have 4 of them in my 20 gal. community tank.

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    This is another picture of my Jack Dempsey in the 100 gal. tank. 

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  2. swimfanNew MemberMember

    Great pics Gunnie, those are some cool lookin' fish you have there!
     
  3. fishphreak_4New MemberMember

    nice fish:eek:! i wish i had a 100 gallon tank...it makes my 30 gallon look small ;)
     




  4. fletchValued MemberMember

    OK, how the do you do a water change for a 100 gallon? good pics though. wish I could get them looking like that
     
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    GunnieWell Known MemberMember

    Thanks everybody! I love my fishies! Fletch, I use a   to clean my tanks. I wouldn't have my tanks long if I had to do water changes with a bucket! :eek:
     




  6. Mike

    MikeFishloreAdmin Moderator Member

    Awesome pics Gunnie!

    I also use the python vac. Great product and highly recommended because it makes doing water changes a breeze.
     
  7. fletchValued MemberMember

    hmm, thanks. that realy could be usefull. I hate changing the water
     
  8. fishfreakValued MemberMember

    Nice fish Gunnie I like ur fish. I wish i had a hundred gallon tank.
     
  9. JasonWell Known MemberMember

    Nice fish, ive never seen a loach like that before, looks heaps cool.
     
  10. joeValued MemberMember

    what kind of fish are those they look like bluegill.
     
  11. rob2ukValued MemberMember

    Have you SEEN this pic? You'd tink they'd have been able to take a new pic sometime in the last 20 years! :D

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  12. newbie101Well Known MemberMember

    wow really cool fish!!!
    100 gallons :eek:...puts my 10 gal to shame...wow...
     
  13. RoboDudeValued MemberMember

    Beautiful fish, Gunnie! Could you take a picture of your Plecostomus, please!
     
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    GunnieWell Known MemberMember

    This is the common pleco in the 100 gal. tank:

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    And this is my snowball pleco (LDA33) in my 55 gal. tank:

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  15. Isabella

    IsabellaFishlore VIPMember

    What can I say ... except BEAUTIFUL !!! :eek:
     
  16. JasonWell Known MemberMember

    WOW Gotta love that Snowball Pleco! ;D
     
  17. jim55379Valued MemberMember

    A Python? At first I thought you were joking. A snake would eat all the fish. I wonder how long it would take using 5 gallon buckets to change water in that tank. I have a 20 gal and use buckets and a long tube but not long enough because my hands get wet. Most of the time it doesn't self-siphon so you know what is next. A mouth full of fish water. Usually end up getting some water on the counters and floor along with wet socks. Maybe there is a better way after all. Sometimes I feel like a chemist trying to figure out what stuff to use for ph and alkalinity. I never took chemistry in High school. Oh oh!!! I tried some of this new stuff by tetra it's supposed to allow you to not change yoiur tank for 6 months. I checked the water before and 1 day after treatment and it didn't make a differnce on the ph strips. What's in that tetra stuff? Sugar water? Anyway nice fish..
     
  18. dahlyValued MemberMember

    Wow! Very nice indeed!
     
  19. newbie101Well Known MemberMember

    Have you tried tilting the tube a little? I have one of those and its not quite long enough to do it strsaight up and down so i tilt it and it still works (but you have to kind of up and down it) You can get gastroenteritis if you accidentally swallow some of that :-X :-X :-X yuck
     
  20. goldenrod1967New MemberMember

    Your fish are beautiful- oscars are my favorite!!!
     




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