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Winner! - June 2018 FishForums Tank of the Month

Discussion in 'Fish Forums - Tank of the Month' started by dascrow, Jul 3, 2018.

  1. dascrow

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    We would like to congratulate IHaveADogToo as the FishForums.net June 2018 Tank of the month! Here's some additional information on the winning tank:

    Tank Size: 10 Gallons (US)
    pH ~ 7.8T
    Temp: 77 (F)
    Ammonia: 0
    Nitrite: 0
    Nitrate: ~10ppm
    Filtration: Sponge Filter
    Substrate: Fine Sand from the hardware store (This is the finest, siltiest sand I've ever seen in my life)
    Hardscape: Lava Rock
    Shells: Escargot Shells, Hermit Crab Shells
    Species: Neolamprologus Multifasciatus (Shellies, Shell dwellers, Multies)




    The July contest will be posted next week. Stay tuned!

     
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  2. IHaveADogToo

    IHaveADogToo Fish Crazy
    Tank of the Month Winner!

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  3. a0n0p

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    so many shell
     
  4. IHaveADogToo

    IHaveADogToo Fish Crazy
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    Hey everyone, sorry for the late update. I wanted to let you all know that I upgraded the Shell Dwellers to a 20 gallon long. They started breeding and after only 8 weeks, I decided to upgrade them. Since I was tank of the month with the 10 gallon set up, I wanted to let everyone know that, in the end, I did have to upgrade them, and now they are much happier and more spread out in the 20 gallon long. Have a look:



    (I hate to come back just to pimp a YouTube video. But I received a message from someone considering the same set up in their spare 10 gallon, so I felt it was in everyone's best interest that I post this update. Also I posted this in 2 threads because I felt it is applicable both threads.)
     

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