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  1. Default 38G "Big Leaf" Planted Tank


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    Finally, a huge step from my 10G. "Big Leaf" = Big Leap = Huge Step from 10G. LOL.

    Tank Specs & Stats:
    Tank: 38G [36"x12"x19"]
    Filter: AquaClear 20 + Rena Filstar XP2 [Arriving Jan. 5th '10]
    Heater: Aqueon 100W, AquaClear 50W
    Lighting: Coralife Double Light SW (swapping lights) Arriving Jan. 5th '10]
    Substrate: 1/3 Eco Complete, 2/3 Fluorite Black
    Decor: Manzanita Driftwood and Lava Rocks


    Fauna:
    3 Peacock Gudgeons
    4 Pencilfish
    3 Guppies

    5 Nerites (Zebra and Clithon spp.)
    2 Cherry Shrimp

    Flora:
    Vallisnerias
    Anubias
    Hygros
    Flame Moss
    Taiwain Moss
    Tiger Lotus
    Java Fern

    Welcome, 38G!

    I NEED RECOMMENDATIONS ON STOCKING. I'd like it to be stocked around 4-5 Peacock Gudgeons and 7-8 Habrosus Corydoras and a group of 10-12 of a school species. Thanks!

    Pictures:
    10G:


    to 38G:


    Peacock Gudgeons:


    Last edited by Chrisinator; 01-01-2010 at 07:38 PM.

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    Very nice tank, it will look especially nice when those background plants fill in. Since you seem to have all very small fish why not continue it with a large shoal of Chili Rasboras, when kept in good condition they are truely stunning little fish...would definatly add a splash of color. I wouldnt be afraid to bump their shoal on up to around 16 members personally. Good filtration and live plants, plus low bioload fish to start with....you should be fine with that.
    20G High-Tech Planted|50G High-Tech Planted|50G Goldfish Tank|56G Column Low-Tech Planted

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    Very nice. Love the Peacock Gudgeons, very nice looking fish. Never see them around here. If you can find the black morpho tetras are very nice. It is the fish in my avitar.
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    great lookin tank i like the ten also. you going to use it for a QT? you've got a lot of space now so load it up, i've never had the gudgeons but they are some sweet fish can you add more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bushwhacker
    great lookin tank i like the ten also. you going to use it for a QT? you've got a lot of space now so load it up, i've never had the gudgeons but they are some sweet fish can you add more?
    Yep. I'm gonna be adding about 2-3 more so I can start breeding them.

    Quote Originally Posted by MCHRKiller
    Very nice tank, it will look especially nice when those background plants fill in. Since you seem to have all very small fish why not continue it with a large shoal of Chili Rasboras, when kept in good condition they are truely stunning little fish...would definatly add a splash of color. I wouldnt be afraid to bump their shoal on up to around 16 members personally. Good filtration and live plants, plus low bioload fish to start with....you should be fine with that.
    Thank you! Yep, I've been thinking about keeping Chili Rasboras but I'm not exactly sure if I'm gonna get bigger species of fish. If I get bigger species (around 3-4",) would they get eaten by the other fish? Probably will do either Threadfin/Forktail Rainborwfish or some of the Chili Rasboras.

    Quote Originally Posted by annageckos
    Very nice. Love the Peacock Gudgeons, very nice looking fish. Never see them around here. If you can find the black morpho tetras are very nice. It is the fish in my avitar.
    Yep. I love Peacock Gudgeons. Plus the Black Morpho Tetras.

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    I think I got my stocking all set:

    6 Marbled Hatchetfish
    16 Chili Rasboras
    5 Peacock Gudgeons
    7 Habrosus Cories

    and a few extras.

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    It's looking great and is one of my favorite tank sizes

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    Great looking tank, can't wait to see it once the plants fill in. I really like your stocking list too!
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    thank you guys so much! do you guys have any ideas on other fish that I could put?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrisinator
    thank you guys so much! do you guys have any ideas on other fish that I could put?
    Your tank looks great! I think a nice sized school of cardinal or rummy nose tetras would look nice in your aquarium!

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