rlaing Posted November 26, 2021 Share Posted November 26, 2021 (edited) Hello Everyone! I'm a molecular biologist from the Seattle area with about 3-4 years of experience in keeping freshwater fish. I have attached some pictures of my aquariums and fish for introductions. I have a couple of bichirs, earth eaters, clown loaches, gouramis and other various fish. This is from our 75 gallon with the teugelsi bichir (She's 2 years old; we call her Big Bichir for now but we're still trying to think up a name). Also a couple jurupari earth eaters in here but they are not in the shot. Currently doing a little renovation of this aquarium. Right now the plans for this aquarium are to put in new plants (someone has been digging them up; it's either the bichir or the earth eaters... both like to dig around the plants). I plan to add more jurupari and I may add some discus and if we decide that an acceptable/safe temperature can be reached for everyone. This is the 40 gallon. It currently holds a school of clown loaches (only one came out for the picture; the rest are hiding in their coconut house), a delhizi bichir, and a rope fish. I basically set this up to house juvenile fish that are not quite big enough to go in with the teguelsi bichir for now. Here is a close up of the delhizi. We call him... Little Bichir! Also still deciding on a name for him. This is Ropey. Easy to name. I think this one may be a female, but it's still too young for me to be very certain. This is the 20 gallon. A couple fish of note include khuli loaches, 2 baby clown loaches (that will be added to the aquarium with the school once they grow a little bit), and dwarf gouramis. There is also a fancy pleco, but it only comes out when its dark. Well, that's everyone. This forum seems like it will be a really useful place for questions! Edited November 26, 2021 by rlaing 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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