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Winner! - February 2019 FishForums Tank of the Month

Discussion in 'Fish Forums - Monthly Contests' started by dascrow, Mar 7, 2019.

  1. dascrow

    dascrow Admin
    Staff Member Admin

    Jun 28, 2016
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    We would like to congratulate Deanasue for winning the FishForums.net February 2019 Tank of the month contest!

    Here's some additional information on the winning tank:
    • This tank is a 20G long with a Penguin 200 Bio-wheel filter.
    • Substrate is black sand.
    • Temperature is kept at a steady 75F.
    • Inhabitants include neon tetras, green neon tetras, glo light tetras, guppies, platies, and a bristle nose pleco ( which lives inside the trunk of the tree). Other inhabitants are Malaysian trumpet snails, pond snails, and ramshorn snails.
    • Plants are Anubias, anacharis, banana plant, and amazon sword. Parameters are 0, 0, 10.
    • Tank is cleaned weekly using a Python vacuum and a 70% water change is done.
    • Choice for water conditioners is Seachem Prime.
    • New Life Spectrum Small Fish Food, Ken’s Veggie Sticks, and frozen blood worms.
    • This tank has been up and running about a year.
  2. Deanasue

    Deanasue Moderator
    Staff Member Moderator Global Moderator Tank of the Month Winner!

    Oct 29, 2018
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    Thank you so much to everyone that voted. I hope my competitors in the February contest will enter again in the March contest. You both had great tanks! Everyone, here’s your opportunity to show off your hard work. Let’s push for at least 5 entries this month. Come on, gang!
  3. Fishmanic

    Fishmanic Moderator
    Staff Member Moderator Global Moderator Tank of the Month Winner!

    Sep 23, 2013
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    Northeastern USA
    congrats Deanasue...great looking tank and nicely made video...the other two entrants were very nice too and hope they enter in March's contest....

    Hope this contest garners more interest in the future and keeps growing... It's a great feature of Tropical Fish Forums..
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