DreamScape_Aquatics Posted May 1, 2022 Share Posted May 1, 2022 (edited) Hi everyone who comes across my post! I'm Shane and well I really like fish. Been keeping fish primarily livebearers for the past few years ended up selling a lot just because I made so many babies and life was good. I moved from houses and all my fish started dying. Didn't know how, didn't know why. I gave them "all they needed". So of course I began researching. One thing led to another to another and soon I went from somebody who just had some fish that pooped extra fish to actually understanding and caring. All this led me to aquarium Co-op along with some other places. But the coop is where I feel I belong. All this has most definitely hurt the wallet(going from a 20 high to 20+ different aquariums) but in the process my knowledge has grown immensely. I hope to open my own fish store one day. If anyone has questions about any livebearers I hope to be able to be the one to help you. Can't guarantee what I do is the best way but hey it works really well for me. That house change I was talking about, my water went from very hard(~200TDS) out of the tap to very very soft(~30TDS) out the tap. So to keep my livebearers take a bit of extra work. Anyone who has experience with Angels, Apistos, or Discus. I would love to hear from as my water is almost perfect out the tap for South American cichlids. Attached a couple pictures of my 2 main display tanks. 60 Cube with mollies, platies, and swords. and a 75 with angels a pearl gourami diamond tetras and a few bristlenose and other oddballs (farowella cat, sterbais, kuhli loach, probably a couple others I'm forgetting) also love discussing hardware. Filters, skimmers, media, etc Always open to constructive criticism, I truly believe you can devote your life to this hobby and not even scratch the surface. Knowledge is always better in the form of a collective. Thank you everyone. ps the photos were taken at the time of the post so not perfectly pristine tanks, we all know that only lasts for a few days. Edited May 6, 2022 by DreamScape_Aquatics 8 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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