Fish yep we got them lots of them. Right now we have
15 tanks and they include:
Our 33 gallons, 48 gallon and the one twenty are in our living
room. All of our breeding andbetta tanks are housed in a spare bedroom
(cat proof *G*). We just purchased a 130 gallon tank that was custome made.
It's gorgeous only 4 feet long and very deep and wide we're planning to
turn it into a marine tank. However we're wanting to build (well
james is) our own stand, canopy, cover, etc so it's gunna take a few years
for it to happen!!!!!. Pictures hopefully will be posted as i get some
time to take some.
33 gallon: 6 tiger barbs,,
a chinese algae eater, a mysterious algae eater that i have no clue what
it is but it eats hair algae so it's our bestest friend right now, A medium
angel (sunset blushing), 2 honey sunset gourami's, and 2 kulhi loach's.
48 gallon tank: about
10 female betta's (six of which are very small still only 3 months old)
right now moved up from our other grow out tanks, 2otocinculus (such hard
lil workers), 3 bronze cory and 3 clown loach's.
20 gallon Tank: houses my spawn
of satan, the water dog! (and his freindly lil lunch gold fish)
20 gallon number 2: houses
our juvinile betta's when they move up from the ten gallons until they
are ready to be jarred (males) or moved to the 48 gallon (females).
two ten gallon tanks: house
again juvi betta's male and female, thelarger ones are moved up from the
fives as they start to get big enough. Once they become the biggest
in the ten gallons they move onto the one twenty.
Two five gallon tanks:
used purely for breeding bettas, they are housed in here from hatching,
until large enough to be moved. We seperate them by moving
the largest ones up to the next size tank.
Many many many many bowls:
housing our male breeders and the juvinile betta's until they are old enough
Other tens, fives and smaller sitting
unused at the moment due to lack of room and time
A Ten gallon: mini
reef system soon to be moved into an empty 33 we've got sitting upstairs