Post by wickedjester on Feb 9, 2010 23:31:42 GMT -5
I currently have 4 tanks up and running.
180 1 15" long Silver arowana 2 4-6" managuense cichlids (they just spawned and are hiding) 3 Parrot fish 2 Birchir 4 Red Devil x Amarillo cross (Thanks to Lowcel) 2 Silver Dollars 1 Red Devil 1 Large Green Severum 1 13" Common Pleco 2 Convict Cichlid straglers I couldnt catch
55 Pair of Jewel cichlids 2 pair of convict cichlids Quite a few convict fry Random tetras
30 Jewel cichlid and convict cichlid grow out tank
10 My very first Jewel cichlid spawn are growing out in this tank
I also have an empty 30 and 20 long. I think once the managuense fry grow out enough for me to catch them they will go into the 20 long. The 30 might be made into a SW tank.
Post by ponderingky on Mar 16, 2010 10:12:27 GMT -5
I have 26 currently. 1 95 w/potential angel breeders; 2 75's (one angel grow out and one GBR grow out); 6 55's (5 for angels and 1 w/guppies); 10 20H's (5 w/angel pairs, 2 w/GBR pairs, 2 for angel fry and 1 w/albino bristlenose plecos); 1 29H w/angels; 1 30 breeder w/albino BN pair/growout; 5 10's (2 w/guppies, 1 w/new GBR pair, 1 w/betta albimarginata (thanks Barry!!) and 1 for holding prior to shipping). I have a 30 breeder in the garage I am getting ready to set up and then I am officially out of room - at least according to my wife. She has lost over half her laundry room to my tanks - she has been a good sport. Its crazy but I do love it!
Post by ponderingky on Mar 16, 2010 17:29:13 GMT -5
Don't be too jealous - its gone from a hobby to a jobby!!! I spend several hours a day in the fish room - feeding, cleaning, w/c's and just piddling. Every once and a while I will just sit in there and watch them for a few minutes - not often enough though.