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  1. I introduced myself awhile back here but I feel like alot has changed since then. I used to have a 55gallon full of dwarf cichlids and angelfish and a couple tanks in my office, unfortunately my 55 exploded in my living room which resulted in a flood and lots of fish loss. After a few months of missing my favorite tank I eventually was able to buy a storage rack which now holds a row of 4 rimless tanks, the top is filled with vases and plants and my bottom row is where i breed my last two angelfish (yes they made it) and endlers. I have a total of 10 tanks right now but I am still planning on getting more small tanks. If I could give anyone a piece of advice I would say be very skeptical buying used tanks.
  2. Hi everyone, New to the forum - been watching Cory on YouTube and learning a bunch. The clips have been very helpful. I have a moderately planted 75G (no Co2), 40G breeder (used as quarantine and currently trying to breed some guppies), and a planted 5G neocaridina shrimp tank which I’ve also been using to raise my first batch of guppy fry. Fish: yoyo loaches, neons, cherry barbs, ghost cats, Bolivian rams, mollies, guppies, glow light tetras, ottos, and neocaridina shrimp. Looking forward to exchanging ideas and broadening my knowledge base. thanks, Eric
  3. Hello all! I am new to the forum but am very excited to join and have the support. My name is Paige and I am from Western Massachusetts. I am a long time fan of Cory of Dean, I have been watching the channel for about 2 years now and recently started a 55 gallon with angelfish, german blue rams, bolivian rams and corydoras. I also have been breeding platys and swordtails in my other tanks. I look forward to getting to know everyone here and having the support of fish friends as I am still a novice. Best to all the nerms, Paige
  4. Hello from the old, rolling hills of Western Mass, where Africa collided with North America to create the Berkshire mountains, where the water is soft, the soil is rocky, and the rocks are only slightly radioactive. I raised bettas as a kid (in terrible conditions I now realize, sorry Mephistopheles!) and I am now crash landing into fish keeping by way of gardening and one expensive and probably terrible place to start: a hydroponic kit off amazon. But the brown, green and hair algae is getting under control now and everything's fine, just fine, thanks for asking! (It's not fine and I'll probably have to replace my plants, but that's another problem for another time). Of course I'm already planning 2 more tanks: a nano pea puffer desk-pet tank, willingly infesting it with MTS to keep my puffer active and happy, and a 36g community tank for all my peaceful fish tired of being hassled by my hydroponic betta, plus a few more. I secretly, desperately love nerite snails and their beautiful patterns and I'm so frustrated by a lack of local availability that I'm thinking of setting up a bare-bones brackish tank to start hatching them and selling them to my sorely lacking IFS. But I should probably get my feet under me with fresh tanks before I go crazy like that. How are you?
  5. Hi guys- I'm relatively new to this forum and am just now finding the time to introduce myself. My family and I have recently moved away from keeping primarily African Cichlids to planted community tanks, in large part because of the community that Aquarium Co-Op has helped foster. With that being said, I am excited to learn from all of you, and hopefully be able to reciprocate in one way or another! Currently, we are keeping and breeding African Cichlids from Lake Malawai. One tank is of Peacocks and Haps and the other is of Mbuna. Additionally, we are keeping low tech planted tanks with community fish such as Rainbowfish, German Blue Rams, Angelfish, Peacock Gudgeons, Platies, Mollies, Guppies and Tetras, just to name a few. More recently, we set up three smaller breeding tanks, which we are just starting to plant up as well. I really enjoy taking pictures of our fish and plants, and I've attached a few of my favorites below!
  6. Hello everyone, I’m Steve and I’m from Boston, MA. I fell in love with the aquarium hobby when I was younger. My uncle used to have a 10 gallon freshwater tank and passed it on to me when he no longer wanted to keep it. I kept it for a while but I found that my fish kept dying so I kind of lost interest. I came across aquascaping online and it brought me back to the aquarium hobby. It’s been about two months since I started my 16 gallon tank so I’m fairly new to all this, especially a planted tank. I attached a picture of my tank. Thank you Cory for all the YouTube videos. Huge help! I look forward to participating in this online community!
  7. Hi Butch from Waltham Massachusetts. I got back into the hobby about a year ago after a long hiatus. I'm currently running 3 tanks, a 75g, 40g breeder, and a 10g.
  8. Hello! I'm Jessica, from New England. I love planted tanks and all sorts of fish. I'm currently keeping 8 or so tanks, with discus, guppies, CPDs, lots of different shrimp, and more. My newest addition is a school of wild caught Altums, which I'm doing my best to acclimate to my water and eventually move into a planted tank. I'll be starting a journal thread about the Altums to track their (hopeful) growth into adults. Here are a few of my tanks & fish-
  9. Hi guys, my name is Clay and here are a few of my fish. I have 8 tanks in total and I've been in the hobby for about 4 years now.😀
  10. Not even a full year into the hobby and I am a full fledged member of the aquatic life. I have experimented with fish several time in my life but never even close to the level I am at now. I have MTS or for those who don’t know multiple tank syndrome. What started as my son’s tank has blown into 15 tank house. 12 of which are located in my basement in a concrete block rack. My current pursuits are Cherry, Blue Dreams, and Bloody Mary shrimp. Also included are two stains of guppies and rice fish. I have two well established planted tanks and tons of Java moss. Would love to make a connection to a local fish store that I could trade with but still working on that. My eco systems and aquatic life give me a sense balance that was lacking for so long. I hope that balance can be a level I maintain. Many thanks Ted K
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