Tank Re-Modelling

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish and Tank Photos' started by insanejim69, Apr 19, 2012.

  1. insanejim69New MemberMember

    Well as per the title thought I would share my re-modelling of the tank and its occupants .....

    1 - betta (had 8 months)
    1 - Opaline Gourami (5 years old, and my first ever freshwater fish that I bought)
    1 - Featherfin Catfish (had 3 year)
    2 - Angels (had 8 months)
    9 - Long fin Danios (had 1 year)
    4 - Platys (had 1 year)
    8 - Black Phantom tetras (had 16 months) ......... and
    4 - Beuno Aires Tetras (had 2 years)


    BEFORE

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    and AFTER

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    I do appologize for the poor photos. Its very dim lighting in my living room for the fish at nights. :)


    Comments welcome as always.

    Thanks

    James

    :)
     
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  2. Legures

    LeguresValued MemberMember

    Looks a lot more natural! Looks good either way :)
     
  3. Wendy Lubianetsky

    Wendy LubianetskyWell Known MemberMember

    I like the natural stones you put on the bottom of the tank. They make the tank all come together and look more natural. I love the new look.:;hf
     




  4. OP
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    insanejim69New MemberMember

    Thank you for the nice comments :). ......

    I am hap[py to recieve opinions on what would be better for the fish ???

    I know I need a few small pieces of driftwood for the featherfin catfish for hiding :)

    James

    :)
     
  5. Legures

    LeguresValued MemberMember

    As long as the natural rocks are safe to use, I wouldn't see any problem with the tank. Some rocks you find yourself can change the pH or have some bad chemicals on it.

    So either tank is good for the fish. There isn't really a "better" tank.
     
  6. OP
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    insanejim69New MemberMember


    The rocks were bought at a garden store ..... and are pre washed and aquatic safe :) ....... I filled a bucket of my aquarium water, and washed them in that before applying them to the tank :)

    Thanks

    James

    :)
     
  7. nippybetta

    nippybettaWell Known MemberMember

    It looks great! I hope you're enjoying it.

    Watch your fish for a little while to see how they react to the rocks. You should be fine.
     
  8. Looks great !!!
     
  9. Everythingzen

    EverythingzenWell Known MemberMember

    Very nice work! :)
     
  10. myriad1973

    myriad1973Well Known MemberMember

    Very nice remodeling job. It looks much more natural.
     
  11. Matt68046

    Matt68046Valued MemberMember

    Yah, i like the after too. There aren't too many minuature castles in rivers and lakes of SA. I like the Big river rocks.
     
  12. LyndaB

    LyndaBFishlore LegendMember

    You'll actually need a LARGE driftwood cave or the like for your featherfin. ;)

    Tank looks great, good for you!
     
  13. OP
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    insanejim69New MemberMember

    Thanks for the nice comments :)
    Fish are still doing great, my Gourami has taken a liking to my Betta, and they seem to "hang out" alot lately which is very weird.

    There's been a few changed lately in Equipment wise ..... changed filters for a single Eheim Professional 2224 and also a new Eheim 3702 air pump :)

    James

    :)
     
  14. orandagal

    orandagalValued MemberMember

    Very nice, I really like it :D
     
  15. OP
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    insanejim69New MemberMember

    Well today I purchased a few new pieces of driftwood to help re organize the left hand side of the tank, so that the featherfin has more a secluded hiding place :) ........ Will post up new pics tomorrow :)

    James

    :)
     




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