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Old 01-17-2007, 09:31 PM
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I'll be beginning my 75 gallon soon, any ideas are appreciated. I'd like to see what some of you have done with your larger tanks.
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0.0.4 Grn and Brnz auratus in a 10 hor(temp)
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It is not finished but here is a pic!

My 75 Gal!

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90gal - more pics in my gallery

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Todd that viv is amazing, how long has it been growing in for?

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Todd that viv is amazing, how long has it been growing in for?

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Thanks! planted on 11/14/2006... So, about 2 months...

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Maybe not what you're looking for, but my 120 gallon vert: (2X2X4' tall)



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awsome solly
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That's a great lookin tank Solly, what do you have in that thing? How are they doing?
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Luke,

I have some pums in there. I don't see them much, but they seem happy.

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todd, amazing viv. (solly, yours is nice too ! ) both look amazing, i love the plants. todd, i like the pond in the middle, interesting how all the frogs are out ! the must like it
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Great tanks guys! I'm very interested to see the first one once it's planted. Todds is very similar to what I was thinking, but maybe with the water feature spreading out a little more along the front (triangle shape).
I wish I had the guts to turn it into a vert, but for now I'm going a little more traditional.
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0.0.4 Grn and Brnz auratus in a 10 hor(temp)
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interesting how all the frogs are out ! the must like it
They're Terribilis...They're always out! LOL Heck you can poke them with your finger and they only move a couple of inches... :shock: BOLD suckers!
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I'm thinking mint terribilis for mine.
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125 gal heavily planted Arrowana tank. Also houses 20 neons, and a trio of albino kribs, with the usual supporting cast.
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0.0.4 azureus in a 30 gal
0.0.4 Grn and Brnz auratus in a 10 hor(temp)
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