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  1. I'll start with a pic of the finished tank and stocking/equipment lists then go through the build/setup after. Fish: 10 Neon Tetras 5 Otocinclus 5 Corydoras Paleatus 1 Emerald Cory 1 Angelfish 3 Assassin Snails 1 Handfull of Ramshorn Snails from my outdoor tub Plants: Crinum Calamistratum Anubias Nana Anubias Congensis Staurogyne Repens Hygrophila Pinnatifida Vallisinaria Asiatica Pygmy Chain sword Hydrocotyle Tripartita "Japan" Ludwigia "Super Red" Subwasertang Red Tiger Lotus "Windelov" Jave Fern Cryptocoryne Undulata "Red" Cryptocoryne Flamingo Sword - unknown variety possibly red flame Rotala - unknown variety Cabomba - unknown variety - grown from 4in clipping in a bag of shrimp I ordered Bucephalandra - unknown variety Substrate: Base - 50:50 mix of used remineralized topsoil from my old tank and Safetsorb Cap - Safetsorb Hardscape: Seiryu Stone White Birch Cholla Wood Unknown stone Subwasertang came anchored to Equipment: Aqueon 40 Breeder Homemade wooden stand Nicrew Skyled 36in Aquaclear 50 ACO Intake Sponge ACO Small Sponge Filter Eheim Jager 100w Heater
  2. Okay, so a little background, because why not. I was resetting up my 55 gallon aquarium to be a community planted tank which I had a very clear vision for that mostly consisted of guppies. My wife who had never really shown interest actually seemed into it this time. She surprised me one day by calling me up out of the blue and asked if she could add a Betta to the tank. I tell her to ask the LPS she was at what they thought, but I didn't see why not. So she comes home with a single male Congo Tetra they talked her into paying $20 for. I'm pretty livid about this but okay, it is what it is. Except ONE Congo? Nope that just won't work sure this one was mature so a higher price tag, whatever. I hop in my car and head to the closest big box. Congo Tetras $5 a piece, buy four get one free. Perfect. Fast forward a bit, needless to say my guppies can't colony breed because the fry are getting gobbled up. My wife in the meantime has fallen in love with Cichlids, specifically Mbuna and Buffalohead. Wait Buffalohead... A diabolical plan begins to form in my head. Why don't we set up a Congo themed tank?! It's genius! So here's where you fine #FishFam come in. I'm looking for stocking ideas. Plants, inverts, and fish. Specifically something like Congo versions of Corydoras. Are there Corys in the Congo? So me other type of small catfish to help with clean-up? It's a 40 breeder, pH 7.6, running 2 sponge filters and a Tidal 55. Light is a Hygger Advanced Full Spectrum LED 36"-42". Stock is currently 5 mature Congo Tetras and 5 juvenile Steatocranus Casuarius (Buffalohead Cichlids). There are two Crinum Calamistratum and an Anubias on driftwood. I'd like add a Red Tiger Lotus and some Val (maybe Leopard Val).
  3. Have 4 L134 Leopard Frog Pleco putting in 4 more as soon as that tank gets a week or two of stable parameters don’t want to crash it my question is Will having 12 cardinal tetras as dither fish be fine or would that be too much for a 40 breeder with those 8 L134 and the 12 tetras also have some shrimp left in that tank that didn’t pull out too hard to catch them all so living them in there
  4. Just filled my Aqueon 40gal Breeder that I bought from Petco and noticed the front glass is bowing out in middle. This brand does not use a center brace. Tank was leak tested, back painted. Only after adding the Aqueon glass canopy did I notice the gap between the canopy and frame when looking down from top. I ran a 4ft level across the front glass, left to right, sure enough, the middle bows out over 1/8". I did same test on my Marineland 75gal, has brace, and glass is straight after 2 years. My stand is perfectly level left to right and less than 1/16" off front to back, (leaning toward back, very slightly). It makes full contact with the solid top of the stand. Stand by itself measures same with a level. So I figure this amount outside of perfect is a non issue. I've never had anything over a 20gal that does not have a brace. When looking around the net many say it's okay, others say no good. Most seem to say, if it didn't come with brace, it dies not need one. I think Marineland and All Glass make theirs with a brace.But not easy to find these in my area. Not sure what to do. Tank is on a 2nd floor and a blowout would Not Be Good. I know Aqueon 40 breeders are super popular, so for those of you that have them, please chime in. Need help, can't proceed at this point and need to get fish in there, but not at the cost of a disaster. Thank You GG
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