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In this section I would like to profile YOUR tanks!. Please send me your photos with a brief description of the animals and plants as well as any other information you feel is relevant. Include your web site and Email as I will post them with your photos as a link, if you request it. Freshwater or saltwater tanks will be accepted.

Please send your photos to. Badman. If you have photos but no means of scanning them please contact me for an address to send them and I will scan them for you. Click on any thumbnail for a full size image.



T.L.Bennett's tank

  • 90 gal Discus tank I have 3-5 1/2", 1-4 1/2", 2-2 1/2" discus, and a 5" goldie pleco in my tank. I used small gravel that is black and grey in color as a substrate and put in a lot of driftwood and tall plants. I also put in a dark background consisting of a heavily planted and driftwood scene. I use 2 150-watt submersible metal heaters that keep the tank at 86 degrees. For filtration I use a 125 wet/dry filtration system with an overhang and a Penguin 500 with the siphon extra long to pull up water from the bottom. I do 10% water changes every other day using Prime, Blackwater extract, Wardley liquid water softener, and Discus essential (vitamins and minerals). I keep my ph high at about 6.8, as discus are now being bred at higher a ph to suit the needs of consumers. I feed my discus a variety of foods 2-3 times a day that consists of live and frozen bloodworms, beefheart, live and frozen brine shrimp, myasis, Emerald entree, spirulina discs, Wattley discus, and chopped shrimp. Thank you, I hope that you found my tank enjoyful.