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Flame Angel
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Joined: 07 Nov 2006
Location: Sydney, Australia

PostPosted: 2007.02.06(Tue)4:25    Post subject: Reply with quote

I started out with probably the most basic tank. Goldfish. About 20 litres or something (I upgraded them to a bigger tank when I actually started to do research).

My latest tank is probably one of the most difficult types to keep. A reef tank.

It has taken me about 5 years to get to this and 5 new tanks Very Happy

I have had a lot of different types of tanks -goldfish, coldwater, tropical freshwater community, lake malawi, oscars, various cichlids, yabbies with some fish from the local river, FOWLR, reef tank, along with the breeding, hospital and quantine tanks.
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Taino
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Joined: 02 Feb 2007
Location: Bronx, New York

PostPosted: 2007.02.11(Sun)20:36    Post subject: Reply with quote

Wow goin down memorie lane... Hmmm lets see, the first fish tank I was allowed to oversee in my house was when I was 15 or so. It was a 50 gallon tank ( was my brothers he tried salt water but prooved to much at the time for him to handle ) I had the usual fish from the LFS, tiger barbs, rosie barbs, redtail shark, bala shark, tinfiols. Tank went OK for a year or so till I wanted big fish. Got me a 2" arrowanna that grew to about 15"! Also got a paroon shark that was 4" and grew to 11". Tank was cool to me, had these guys for 3 years, they had some tank mates too, my 3 tinfoils were over 6 inches, 2 bala sharks that were 8"+ and a pleco. Sad to say they all died from a heatwave, couldn't figure how to keep the water cool Crying or Very sad
Now I have a 30gal tank with live plants, dwarf gouramis (4) pair of apistogramma cacatuoides (male is tripple red) , clown loaches (4) burmise border loaches(2) balloon rams (2) angelicus catfish, albino rainbow shark also have a 20 gallon with 3 angle fish
I also have a great LFS guy that is educating me as well as this site on how to keep my fish happy! Very Happy
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tayler
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Joined: 28 Dec 2006
Location: parksville B.C.

PostPosted: 2007.02.20(Tue)0:15    Post subject: Reply with quote

point a.10 gallon point b.2 10 gallons 2 29 gallons 3 smaller betta aquariums
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ismellikefish
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Joined: 06 Jul 2006
Location: stupid california

PostPosted: 2007.03.02(Fri)21:23    Post subject: Reply with quote

I started when I was only 5 with a 10 gallon hex"A" then from there I whent to a 40 gallon salt water to my now 75 gallon planted"B".
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arachnar
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Joined: 14 Feb 2007
Location: Boise,Idaho

PostPosted: 2007.03.02(Fri)21:41    Post subject: Reply with quote

started with 10 gallon in 5th grade and had couple distasters ;in 8th grade upgrade to 29 gallon which I still have with rainbows and gourami and other fish ,10 gallon was recently resurrerected(I don't think I spelled that right)and will hopefully become paludarium,maybe it would help if I bought the equipment ,I only have water and sand so far..............hhhmmmmm...deep thoughts
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