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So, we though it would be cool to post pictures of eachothers planted tanks with a little survey thing to fill out at the bottom including information abut your tank and a picture.

Name of your Tank:
Substrate type:
Dimensions:
Is It A Natural Planted Tank:
Water Volume:
Water Temperature:
Water change schedule:
Age of tank:
Co2:
Lighting:
Fertilizers:
Stock:
Plant Species:
 

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Here is my entry



Name of your Tank: Mo's Micro Tank
Substrate type: none
Dimensions: 2-3 inch circumference across
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: no
Water Volume: A Few Ounces
Water Temperature: 78-82
Water change schedule: 100% water change weekly
Age of tank: A few days old
Co2: none
Lighting: natural sunlight
Fertilizers: x3 dose weekly of seachem flourish, one drop each dose
Stock: a few Bladder snails, and One single ramshorn snail
Plant Species: Hornwort, Anacharis, Willow Moss, Java Moss, and Java Fern,
 

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Thats an awesome setup Mo. How many gallons exactly? Dont you breed snails in these?

My entry coming soon.

Matt
 

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Name of your Tank: My First Planted Tank
Substrate type: Sand, Quickcrete Play Sand
Dimensions: 24" L, 12" W, 12" H
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: Sadly, no
Water Volume: 16 US Gallons
Water Temperature: 78 degrees Fahrenheit
Water change schedule: 50% weekly
Age of tank: 6 months
Co2: none
Lighting: 40 watt light
Fertilizers: x2 weekly addition of seachem flourish, 2 milliliters
Stock: 6 kuhli loaches, 6 Pygmy Corydoras, 9 neons, 1 sparkling gourami, and a Betta
Plant Species: Rotala Rotundifolia, Rotala indica, Hygrophila Polysperma, hornwort, anacharis, java moss, micro swords, amazon swords, argentine swords, unknown sword, and duckweed.
 

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Thats an awesome setup Mo. How many gallons exactly? Dont you breed snails in these?

My entry coming soon.

Matt
Thank you! It's very small. I think about 3 ounces, and no I don't breed snails in these, I breed snails in 20 ounce jars and 5 gallon tanks, right now they are all in 5 gallon tanks. This aquarium is just a tiny little decoration setup
 

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Whee! I'm in!



Name of your Tank: Dymax IQ5 /Cleo's Place!
Substrate type: Black gravel
Dimensions: 27cm(H) x 22cm(W) x 27cm(D)
NPT: No
Water Volume: 13L (3.25 gallons) + 3L sump
Water Temperature: 78
Water change schedule: 1x 30%, 1 x 50% PW
Age of tank: 5 months
Co2: None
Lighting: Dymax LED
Fertilizers: Fish poo!
Stock: Female VT (Cleo), 5 Red Cherry Shrimp (The Zoidbergs)
Plant Species:
- java moss
- potted cryptocorynes
- floating & planted wisteria stems
- anubias nana on mopani wood
- java fern on mopani wood
- susswassertang
 

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I loe your tank Aus! It's amazing, I think I need to ask you about aqua scaping skills for now on. Lol
 

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Subscribing! I so want to do one of these.
 

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Name of your Tank: The Main
Substrate type: Gravel
Dimensions: 20in. (Length) x 10in. (Width) x 10in. (Height)
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: No
Water Volume: 10 Gallons
Water Temperature: 78F
Water change schedule: 50% once a week
Age of tank: 4 months
Co2: No
Lighting: 12 Watt Flourescents
Fertilizers: Seachem Flourish
Stock: 6 White Cloud Mountain Minnows
Plant Species: Jungle Val, Corkscrew Val, Amazon Sword, Cabomba
 

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Lol Mo!!! My technique: stuff it in, leave a little space for fish to swim. :lol:

Love your tanks -- omg, so many plants! and I am so wanting to do a nice jar for my desk..

Mattoboy --- such big pics >< I'll look at em tomorrow when they finish loading. ;)

Ah no.. I see em now. What kind of wood is that? Beautiful tank! Nice & clean look. I haven't tried vals or swords yet, looking forward to it.
 

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Aus. Lol, I love having mini habitats, I would love t have a cube style 1/2 gallon with ghost shrimp
 

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Name of your Tank: The Show Tank
Substrate type: Sand, as of right now, bare bottomed
Dimensions: hmm. Let me think. 16" L, 8 1/2" W, 10" H,
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: no
Water Volume: 6 Us gallons
Water Temperature: 80
Water change schedule: 25% weekly
Age of tank: 8-10 months
Co2: none
Lighting: 1 15 watt bulb
Fertilizers: seachem flourish, 1 milliliter, x2 weekly doses
Stock: 1 male Betta
Plant Species: poppy, duckweed, micro swords, anacharis, hornwort, unknown sword plants, wisteria, java moss, java fern, Rotala indica, and Rotala Rotundifolia
 

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Name of your Tank: The "Mini"
Substrate type: Bare bottomed
Dimensions: not sure
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: no
Water Volume: .75 gallons
Water Temperature: 76
Water change schedule: 25% weekly
Age of tank: a few minutes old
Co2: none
Lighting: small desk lamp
Fertilizers: seachem flourish
Stock: one lone ramshorn snail
Plant Species: anacharis, hornwort, java moss, willow moss, and poppy
 

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Bahaha! Mine's smaller!





Name of your Tank: The "HELL-NO-BETTA BOW"!
Substrate type: propagating sand, potting mix, river sand cap
Dimensions: 17 cm wide, 10 deep at corner joint (it's a corner unit, lol!)
Is It A Natural Planted Tank: Yes
Water Volume: one liter (about 1/3 gallon)
Water Temperature: 20C (winter here!)
Water change schedule: 30% week atm
Age of tank: a few days old
Co2: none
Lighting: natural daylight
Fertilizers: none
Stock: none (maybe some baby shrimp if I can get a heat pad..)
Plant Species: bacopa, blyxa, cryptocorynes


(Did you just make that tank now, Mo? Awesome! :D )
 
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