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75 Gallon Revamp

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Re: 75 Gallon Revamp

Postby POS_miniracer » Thu Mar 15, 2012 7:28 am

Here are a couple of clips.
You might notice there is no longer a large female Firemouth in there. I decided to just trade in the last of my African's freeing up that 55G so I moved the 8 Rainbow & 2 Chocolate juveniles into that tank freeing up their 30G where I put the Firemouth.




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Re: 75 Gallon Revamp

Postby malakye » Fri Mar 16, 2012 12:11 am

As I think everyone knows I make no secret out of not being a big cichlid fan but your fish are gorgeous Tom and may yet have me changing my mind on them lol :thu:
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Re: 75 Gallon Revamp

Postby POS_miniracer » Fri Mar 16, 2012 1:59 am

I'll give you some advice. Find a species you really like and get just one. Maybe a pair, but only if you have a second tank to separate.

That tank is 75G and until they outgrow it (again) holds 7 fish at the moment. Eventually it'll take at least twice that to hold them all.

What you don't see pictures of is the other 130 gallons worth of tanks that hold a whopping total of 4 fish that are either too aggressive or too submissive to survive with others. And 2 of those fish are going to eventually need tanks 2-3 times the size they're in now. :daz:
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Re: 75 Gallon Revamp

Postby Blowfish » Fri Mar 16, 2012 10:13 am

Very nice indeed :thu: love the severums!! and the nic and the chocolate....love em all :jump:
need to try and get a nice male choco to go with her! :ok:
one thing....i would run the heaters vertical up the back corners to get em out the way! with the circulation of externals they would work just as well,just a thought ;plo)
Keep good water = Keep good fish!!
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Re: 75 Gallon Revamp

Postby POS_miniracer » Fri Mar 16, 2012 4:42 pm

No, no, no, what I need is less fish :-):
I've got the other two I'm raising so maybe out of the three I'll end up with a pair.
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