1. 5.5 gal containing a VT betta, a cory, and 2 assassin snails.
2. 10 gal containing a king betta and a blue mystery snail.
3. 10 gal containing, for now, a guppy and 6 neon tetras.
4. 1 gal containing a ton of pond snails for feeding my assassins.
5. 1 gal sick tank or QT.
Oh boy, I have a bunch, depending on how you count...
At home/school, in use:
15 gallon, houses guppies, glowlight danios, and ghost shrimp
10 gallon, split to house my HMDTPK and SeDT
5 gallon, houses my HM Dumbo
5 gallon, houses my CT(?) female
2.5 gallon, hospital tank that currently houses the previously mentioned HMDTPK
At home, not in use:
5 gallon Fluval Chi, may eventually house the HMDTPK
30 gallon tall, doesn't hold water, used as a herp tank
40 gallon breeder, drilled (doesn't hold water) herp tank
At home, in use:
Not-technically-a-tank 6'Lx2"Wx4xT wooden/glass/wire cage, houses my 7' long Argentine Boa Constrictor
I have four planted tanks.
Tank no.1 is where Nephilium lives. I recently started that tank back up again. It's a 28L.
Tank no.2 is where Envy lives and this is a 15L
Tank no.3 is the community tank. It has 1 male betta called Psi. The female betta in the tank are Jezabel, Ariel and Lilith. There are i think 4 orange platys and two spotty platys that my dad named (cant say the names). It is a 68L
Tank no. 4 is a 11L where my new betta lives. Hes called Dark Rose.