|Here are some nice pictures of some of my friends' tanks. There's even a special, added, non-fish attraction--if there's no winter where you are (or even if there is), click HERE for a beautiful look at Wisconsin in winter, courtesy of Dawn. Some of her tank and fish pictures are below; to see Jan's tanks, click HERE, and to visit Pam's Page, click HERE. And to check out the latest addition, see Ayoda's tanks HERE.|
Well, one of them, anyway! This is Dawn's first planted tank, which she did with a substrate of gravel over a bag of Fluorite, a dual light strip and DIY CO2. This tank is doing so well it has caused me to nag her constantly to plant more tanks, and she's finally caved in in a big way...
|as you can plainly see! This is her angel tank, which contains six beautiful no-longer-baby angels who happen to be the offspring of my own Max and Erma. Either I sent her all the prettiest ones or she did a heck of a job growing them out. The kids are soon to move into their new 65 gallon home and will probably be pairing off themselves before too much longer!|
Here's a really nice crypt in a 10 gallon cory tank. Below is a closer look at the cories.
Friendly bunch, aren't they? Note nice long healthy barbels--now that's what cories are supposed to look like.
A pile o' clowns, fat and happy. To give you some perspective, that piece of slate is 4-1/2 inches wide.
And here's the beautiful Moby Chick, one of Dawn's featherfins (Synodontis eupterus). She's a BIG girl, about seven inches long!
|This, of course, is Moby Dick!!! Who were you expecting? Ralph? Look at those fins, isn't that something? You can see his front "feathers" in this picture. No picture really does these fish justice; they are absolutely gorgeous, and their fins and feathers are just beautiful. I can testify, I've seen them for myself!|
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Wisconsin In Winter