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Current Top 3
Here are the current top 3 in this month's vote, in no particular order.
Colin QuilliamCapacity: 960 Litres
A combination of a jungle theme, island and biotope style. 2 Large rootwood & lava rock hardscape islands with a pathway between leading to a shrimp breeding cave.
Contains 40+ neon tetras, 3 pearl gouramis, 4 flying foxes, 3 ottos, 80+ shrimp (amano, chrystal reds, cherry reds- all breeding). Co2 gas system in place.
Simon LortCapacity: 340 Litres
This is my 9 month old pride and joy. A 4' x 2' x 2ft beautiful oak tank from Maidenhead Aquatics. I've tried for a tranquil natural looking tank to suit a variety of community fish. I've made a few mistakes but learning each and everyday. Plants have been a big trial but now have continued healthy growth. I'm looking forward to the challenges more advanced species have to offer.
Peter GrantCapacity: 350 Litres
This is my Red Sea Max 350 Reefer it has a v2 luminair light, a Deltec skimmer, and two h2 ocean reactors running rowaphos and carbon
I have two tangs, four chromis, two wrasses, two anthias and a pair of gold banded maroon clown fish that lay eggs every two weeks most of my corals are soft corals
Kieran RabyCapacity: 566 Litres
This is my pride and joy red Dragon flowerhorn Harry. Purchased from the Preston branch of Maidenhead Aquatics :)
He is kept in his very own 5x2x2 aquarium or 125 gallons.
Peter JacksonCapacity: 240 Litres
Fluval tropical 240L fish tank with all the Fluval bells and whistles. Plenty of rock to create a perfect, nature mimicking Cichlid habitat!
Paddy QuigleyCapacity: 340 Litres
AquaOak 120, 340 litre. I've grown various plants and filled it with tetras and now have a pair of breading Fire Mouths in it.
Ryan PalattaoCapacity: 10 Litres
It's been 4 years since I regrettably gave away my 70 litre tank.
I thought I'd start again but this time small. I purchased a 10 litre Fluval Spec - Nano Aquarium.
I kept the features natural (No resin/man-made ornaments).
Added black small stoned substrate, some lava rocks, dragon stone, slow growing plants, moss, almond leaf - Great way to fight unwanted bacteria and a lazy way to condition your water (changed every 4 weeks), moss ball and natural bark moulded to a tube for the shrimps.
Being a limited tank I was very picky with what fish / shrimp to get. For that reason a concentrated slightly more on the aquascaping.
Livestock - 1 x Rosetail Betta Fish, 2 x Red Cherry Shrimp, 2 x Blue Cherry Shrimp, 1 x Zebra Snail, Endler Guppies, 1 x Amano Shrimp.
Kate-Rose JacksoCapacity: 417 Litres
5ft planted tropical fish include
-tetras- scissor tails, silver tipped, rummy nose, neons, penguins,raspboras and glowlights
-bronze and peppere
-whip tail catfish
-bristle nose pleco
-Mexican cave fish