Hi, my name is Bobby Williams ... These are some pictures of my 55 gallon tropical aquarium. In my tank, I have 1
angefish, 1 bruno pleco, 2 opaline gouramis, and a couple of other fish.
Reply. Hello Bobby. Only one of the pictures that you sent to us was suitable, and that picture looks real good. Your Angelfish looks very
healthy. Congratulations on your beautiful aquarium, and thank you for sending the picture to us.
Hi Tom and
Nevin, I just wanted to write to you guys thanking you for all your help in starting up my new tank! I've
never ordered fish from you (I have a really nice aquarium shop close to me) but all of your tips about compatibility and filtration really helped out in getting my new tank
started up right.
I have forgone the undergravel filter as per your advice and just used the penguin 170 in my 29 gallon tank. I do have a bit more than ? inch of gravel in my tank, but that is
just to keep my live plants rooted.
My cycling method was a bit unorthodox but I got it to complete in two weeks (one of the things I do professionally is demineralize and condition water for high voltage
applications)! I currently have seven Zebra Danios, six Tiger Barbs and a Bushy Nose Pleco in the tank, all are doing very well.
My ammonia and nitrites are at zero and I'm afraid that my Naja's are going to reach out of the tank and strangle me! I added some pebbles to keep the Pleco from destroying
my plants along with some nice caves to keep him and my future loaches safe (I missed some snail eggs apparently with the live plants, so need those snail-busters).
In the end, my tank will be seven Zebra Danios, six Tiger Barbs, one Bushy Nosed Pleco, two Pearl Gouramis and three Loaches (I'd prefer to get those Yoyo's but may not be
able to find them locally? I already have the Tigers?, don't need any more fish that look like them).
I know that this plan exceeds the 1? per gallon guideline but I'm pretty confident that we can make it work! I'm including a picture of my Bushy Nose Pleco
with a Tiger Barb? that's his cave but he spends most of him time hanging from the roof of it, no matter what the hour. The Bushy's are surprisingly friendly and not at all
I've only had this Pleco for a few days and already he comes over to visit me when I fix the destruction he causes in the tank! Closest thing I've seen to a ?cat?fish
Thanks again guys for helping me out with my tank and doing right by my fishes!
Reply. Hello Alex. Thank you for sending us the picture of your aquarium, which shows one Tiger Barb and your Bushy Nose Pleco that's
"hanging out" of its cave.
We also enjoyed reading about the details of your aquarium. Thank you for your compliments. We can see you've made good use of the information on AquariumFish.net to put
together a beautiful aquarium.
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