Tank updates

Discussion in 'Members Fish Tanks' started by Alasse, Dec 3, 2012.

  1. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    I redid some tanks before my Op, made them sleeker, and understocked as my ability to do maintenance on them is limited at the moment

    5ft Goldfish tank


    4ft Community tank


    15" Cherry tank


    The 5ft & the 4ft are temporary setups, both these tanks need to move, and during the move they will be fully cleaned up and have the backs and sides painted. The goldies are going back in the 5ft, the 4ft is set for something else
     




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  3. EiennaFishlore VIPMember

    How nice!
     




  4. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    Thanks :)

    The shrimp tank is the newest setup. The background is DIY, and a favorite at the moment. Cherries are such busy little things!
     
  5. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    My Multi tank
     
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  7. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    My fully planted ram tank (2 ram pairs)
     
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  8. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    2ft Krib tank - DIY background
     
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  9. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    Once i recover enough i will start moving some stock around

    Still to be set up

    3x 4.5ft tanks
    1x 3ft tank
    1x 2ft tank
    Various nanos

    Hoping to get 3 custom tanks made in the coming weeks, these are destined to be display shrimp tanks.
    Stay tuned
     
  10. SugarJunkeeValued MemberMember

    Love all of those! Great scaping, and the plants look fabulous! Silly question time, what plant is that in your krib tank that resembles a boston fern... or is it a boston?!
     
  11. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    Thank you :)

    That particular fern is fake, catches everyone everytime, even if you see the tank for real, it is extremely lifelike
     
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  12. SugarJunkeeValued MemberMember

    Nice! I wondered if it was a silk, and curious if the silk plants you get at craft stores were safe for aquariums. Those do look really nice tho, and I may have to look for some for our 40 gallon breeder!
     
  13. AlasseWell Known MemberMember

    They are silk :)

    I will be slowly stocking up on fake silk plants, i want to do a fully 'planted' tank. They are expensive though, so i just will be buying them a few at a time
     
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