I have a problem

Discussion in 'Freshwater' started by Roxane1232, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. Roxane1232

    Roxane1232 Bolivian ram Well-known Member

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    I think I hit a record this last 2 weeks, I have bought either plants, snails, fish, or supplies at least every other day. So far this month I have bought Cholla wood, dwarf grass, sprite, java moss, moss balls, and tubing with java moss on it, 2 nerite snails, 3 espei rasboras, what's even more pathetic is I have been to the fish store or Petco 4 times this week. Of course I am in the process of putting together 1 10 gallon shrimp tank for one nephew, maintaining a 20 gallon ,getting ready to put another 10 gallon tank up for my other nephew, and putting up my new 38 gallon in April, so I can eventually move my albino and panda cories over.
     
  2. CarpCharacin

    CarpCharacin Rainbow cichlid Administrator Fish mentor

    Fishkeeping is an addictive hobby :D. I have four 40 gallon tanks set up, a 1500 gallon pond, I'm going to be setting up a 75 very soon, and I'm also going to be picking up a used 180 gallon soon.
     
  3. Roxane1232

    Roxane1232 Bolivian ram Well-known Member

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    Yeah I have a feeling these tanks are only the beginning. Technically the 2 10 gallon tanks I'm setting up are my nephews, but I'm going to be teaching them to maintain them for a bit until they get the hang of, but by April I will have 4 tanks set up, although I'm wondering if the 38 gallon is enough for what I want to do. I want threadfin rainbows, 18 cories, and a pair of angelfish so I may have to go bigger, and use the 38 gallon for a rams tank eventually.
     
  4. SilverFlame819

    SilverFlame819 German blue ram Fish guru

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    If I had the cash, I'd be filling my whole house with tanks again. I miss when my living room was filled with big, awesome aquariums. I also used to have a giant breeding rack in my bedroom. Took up half the room but I loved watching all the fish! If only I was independently wealthy...
     

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