Name of your Tank: o.o I hadn't thought about that... haha.
Substrate type: Soil with black sand cap.
Dimensions: Something that equals ten gallons. :P I don't know where the tape measure went.
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: It is a Walstad NPT.
Water Volume: 10 gallon.
Water Temperature: 82 degrees.
Water change schedule: 25% once every six months or so.
Age of tank: 17 months.
Co2: Not at present. I had DIY CO2 for 2 months a few months ago, but switched to siesta method (lights off for 4 hours a day in the middle of the day). Thinking of going back to CO2 because I have so much light, but it's about time for new bulbs so I can cut back the light a bit.
Lighting: 40W at 6500K. Total of 10 hours a day. 5 hours on, 4 off, 5 on.
Fertilizers: Ehhh. 0.5mm Flourish once in a while. Otherwise, poooo!
Stock: One delta tail, one ghost shrimp, and a ton of snails.
Plant Species: Wisteria, java moss, dwarf hair grass, dwarf sagittaria, vallisneria, pennywort (one tiny, but growing, piece), a tiny (but growing!) anubias, Amazon sword, 2 red rubin swords (babies! in the back), red dwarf lily, dying hornwort and anacharis because there's too much light, Christmas moss.
Name of your Tank: The Shrimp Tank
Substrate type: Silica sand (and I think I need more of it)
Dimensions: No idea, it's a 10G tank
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: no
Water Volume: 10 gallon.
Water Temperature: 78 degrees.
Water change schedule: 10% once a month or so.
Age of tank: set it up at Christmas, but moved it two months ago, so had to drain it.
Fertilizers: Flourish on occasion
Stock: ATM 4 RCS, on occasion two nerites (they love to explore), and a gaggle of pond snails and herds of MTS
Plant Species: 2 large swords, some crypts, cabomba, 2 moss balls, 1 stem of anubis that regrew nicely. Some hygrophilia (pink veined) and another plant or two I'm not sure of. Plus lots of moss. Java I believe, plus one or two java ferns under the mass of other plants. I'm not sure if it's frogbit or giant duckweed that I have floating there.
I had a dozen RCS and 6 CRS in here, but I had a complete and utter crash and lost them all about a month ago. $100 worth of shrimp, gone. :/ If the shrimp don't survive this time it'll be home to my halfmoon who hates full WC's and is a horrid tail biter. Possibly some corries. As you can see this was divided at one point, but I decided to give up on that.
Please excuse the cloudiness! This was right after a water change!
Name of your tank: ehh...don't have one? :) Substrate type: Sand but I forgot what kind Dimensions: 16l x 10h x 8w (inches) Is it a natural planted tank: No Water volume: 5.5 gallons Water tempurature: About 78 degrees Water change schedule: 60% + weekly Age of tank: About 5 months maybe? Give or take a few weeks CO2: No Lighting: I think it's the Zoo Med ultra sun daylight compact fluorescent bulb..6500K and 10 watts Fertilizers: Seachem flourish twice a week Stock: A HMDT blue and black male betta Plant Species: Java fern, swords...there are a few I'm missing, maybe 2 or 3 but I forgot what all is in there TBH :D
Name of your tank: In The Jungle, The Mighty Jungle... Substrate type: Potting soil, river sand cap Dimensions: Too lazy to get up and measure it. Is it a natural planted tank: Yes. Water volume: A bit over 10 gallons (39L) Water temperature: 78 Water change schedule: 25% x 2 per week, currently (as it's a new tank) Age of tank: One week CO2: No Filtration: Sponge filter, mainly for some surface movement. Lighting: Blue/white 6500K Fertilizers: None Stock: Cole, a midnight blue plakat Plant Species: milfoil, blyxa, dwarf baby's tears, banana lily, wisteria, amazon sword, anubias, needle leaf java fern, hygrophilia corymbosa, several varieties of cryptocorynes, several kinds of moss, hemianthus, bladderwort, hornwort, a very pretty green lily, a ton of frogbit and azolla - and a couple of others I've forgotten the names of because it's late.
Here's Cole, wondering whether he ought to go vegan and clean up all those floaters..
Name of your Tank: NPT 55gal
Substrate type: Dirt from my yard with pool filter sand cap
Dimensions: 48x21x12 inches
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: yes
Water Volume: 55gal
Water Temperature: 76/77F
Water change schedule: every 3-4 months-soon will be twice a year
Age of tank: started Oct. 28, 2011
Lighting: 2-daylight 6500k 40w on 12h/day photoperiod
Stock: Angelfish 6, Longfin BN albino pleco (Ancistrus sp) breeding pair with 10 fry, 8 Betta splendens M/F 3mo old, TMTC Red cherry shrimp, lots of pond, ramshorn and trumpet snails
Plant Species: Najas indica (naja grass)
C. piauhyensis (red)
Vallisneria americana-var Biwanesis
V. gigntea (get over 5ft)
Echinodorus bleheri (amazon sword)
Hygrophila dfformis (westeria)
H. corymbosa (giant hygro)
H, siamensis (thin leaf)
Nymphaes stellata (red lily)
Pistia stratiotes (water lettuce)
Lemna minor (duckweed)
Vesicularia dubyana (java moss)
I don't have current pictures of my 20 and 10 gallon tanks, I'll have to post them later. I do have a somewhat recent picture of my 125 gallon. I keep forgetting to move that darn thermometer, so ignore that
Name of your Tank: Oceanus
Substrate type: Sand
Dimensions: 6 Foot Tank
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: Yes (No soil, but sand is still natural)
Water Volume: 125 Gallon
Water Temperature: 78 degrees
Water change schedule: Between 1/3 and 1/2 weekly
Age of tank: 2.5 months
Lighting: Dual 48" T8 and Dual 24" T8, all four tubes 6500K
Fertilizers: Flourish Comprehensive, Flourish Root Tabs
Stock: 10 Diamond Tetra, 10 Harliquen Rasbora, 5 Scalare Angelfish, 6 Pepper Cory, 8 Julii Cory, 2 Bristlenose Pleco, 5 Oto Catfish, Malaysian Trumpet Snail (hundreds), Pond Snail (dozens)