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A few of my aquariums...yep i am addicted lol

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    A few of my aquariums...yep i am addicted lol

    I am an avid fish keeper, i love to 'scape tanks and would have hundreds if i could.

    6ft - native eel


    5ft - discus, angels, tetras, clown loaches, peppermint bristlenose, albino cories, platinum gourami, cherry shrimp


    5ft - axolotls


    4ft - oscar, eel tail cats & silver dollars




    4ft - gold severum, black ghost knife & goldspot pleco


    3.5ft - axolotls


    3ft - female betta, tetras, dwarf loaches, peppermint bn, cherry shrimp and khuli loaches


    2.5ft divided tanks - male betta, paradise fish, guppies 7 peppermint bn
    Last edited by Alasse; 08-21-2016 at 07:53 PM.

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    Wow, your aquariums and fish are absolutely beautiful! I had a couple of small aquariums years ago when I was younger, but I never had luck keeping the fish alive and thriving and soon gave up the hobby. But I do love to watch an interesting well cared for tank, so relaxing to watch them in their little world.

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    Thanks for the fun pictures. Love the tank with the neons- the sixth one. Nicely done!

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    Some random pics

    My new angels, Uriel and Castiel



    Severus being his gorgeous self!






    Caught a decent pic of a silvertip and a black neon tetra




    My new silver dollars that are tank mates with Loki


    The axolotl eggs (laid 19th Aug) are starting to develop, and we might have the odd one or two lol





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    WELCOME to the forum! These photos are awesome and you have such a great love of fish
    “Save a life and save a stray”

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    The axi eggs (pictured above) are starting to hatch now. We will soon be doing the first cull/clean up of the batch.

    We are getting there with setting up the area outside for the axi breeding and raising. I have picked up a 5ft 3 tiered stand and 2x 4ft tanks. 1 of the 4fts is home to the female adult axis and the other will be home to the males once it has been resealed. There is also a 3ft tank out there that will be home to larger juvie axis, although it is housing the males at the moment until their tank is ready.

    The 1st batch of juvies have now been moved into individual cups, these are sitting on the 5ft stand at the moment. Once the 6ft tank is moved, another stand will be going in to hold the individual containers.

    Some pics of the eggs (in above post) so you can see what stage they are at







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    Awesome photos, beautiful fish!

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