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  • there is a new tank in my future.

    i love this tank, im deff getting one sometime for a betta tank. has anyone used a mr aqua tank? how are they?

    http://www.marinedepot.com/Mr._Aqua_...FIAQRA-vi.html

    EDIT.... sorry the link wont take you directly to it. click on the size and im talking about the 12g long
    other tanks not in my info...
    33g long 1M CT Betta, 1M HM Betta, 1M DT Betta, 1F HM Betta
    15g 3 celestial pearl danios, cherry shrimp, 8 pygmy corys, 5 ottos
    10g QT 1 Green Severum, 1 Red Tailed Shark
    You can see my tanks on my YouTube page HERE

  • #2
    Looks interesting! I've never used them before but I do like rimless tanks!
    -Jonathan

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    • #3
      Re: there is a new tank in my future.

      I have a friend who has a 12 gallon long and he is in the procress of scaping it by using the dry start method. Looks pretty sleek.

      I've been thinking of buying a Mr. Aqua myself since Marine Depot does a will-call for local residents.


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      • #4
        Re: there is a new tank in my future.

        I had some cool ides idk if there possible or not.... I was thinking about having the substrate slope from low to high. On the high end making the sub come to the height of the tank and planting some ground plants on that end. Basically making a bank... Does that make any sense.... Ill draw up a pic soon as i can
        other tanks not in my info...
        33g long 1M CT Betta, 1M HM Betta, 1M DT Betta, 1F HM Betta
        15g 3 celestial pearl danios, cherry shrimp, 8 pygmy corys, 5 ottos
        10g QT 1 Green Severum, 1 Red Tailed Shark
        You can see my tanks on my YouTube page HERE

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        • #5
          Re: there is a new tank in my future.

          Sorry bad drawing Lol but u can see what im asking, i think... Any reason this would not work? What can i plant out of the water? Would some cardinal plant work?
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          other tanks not in my info...
          33g long 1M CT Betta, 1M HM Betta, 1M DT Betta, 1F HM Betta
          15g 3 celestial pearl danios, cherry shrimp, 8 pygmy corys, 5 ottos
          10g QT 1 Green Severum, 1 Red Tailed Shark
          You can see my tanks on my YouTube page HERE

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          • #6
            Yes it can be done, but keeping the substrate up can be a challenge. I've seen a lot of amphibian tanks set up like that.
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            • #7
              Re: there is a new tank in my future.

              OK thanks, ill have to give this a try. Hopefully my Betta wouldn't climb out lol.
              My 75g has some big slopes and so far I've been keeping them up. Just requires a lil more work and careful vacs. Its the aquasoil stuff.
              other tanks not in my info...
              33g long 1M CT Betta, 1M HM Betta, 1M DT Betta, 1F HM Betta
              15g 3 celestial pearl danios, cherry shrimp, 8 pygmy corys, 5 ottos
              10g QT 1 Green Severum, 1 Red Tailed Shark
              You can see my tanks on my YouTube page HERE

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              • #8
                I've done that design before for my newts a long time ago.

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                • #9
                  what would be some good pants? i know most can grow out of water but i want something easy as i dont want to add co2 or high lights to this tank. i was thinking of the cardinal plant or maybe some anubias, any thoughts or suggestions?
                  other tanks not in my info...
                  33g long 1M CT Betta, 1M HM Betta, 1M DT Betta, 1F HM Betta
                  15g 3 celestial pearl danios, cherry shrimp, 8 pygmy corys, 5 ottos
                  10g QT 1 Green Severum, 1 Red Tailed Shark
                  You can see my tanks on my YouTube page HERE

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                  • #10
                    Anubias and Crypts would be the easiest.

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                    • #11
                      Java fern can grow like that.
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                      • #12
                        ok ill prob stick to those. idk when ill try to get this one going.... i guess i should pace myself as i just got the 75g going
                        other tanks not in my info...
                        33g long 1M CT Betta, 1M HM Betta, 1M DT Betta, 1F HM Betta
                        15g 3 celestial pearl danios, cherry shrimp, 8 pygmy corys, 5 ottos
                        10g QT 1 Green Severum, 1 Red Tailed Shark
                        You can see my tanks on my YouTube page HERE

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                        • #13
                          True. I was thinking of breaking down my 10g with Pygmy Cories and use the 12g long for them. It also makes an excellent shrimp tank as well.

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                          • #14
                            yeah its a great size as the fish mentioned dont need height or width and will have plenty of length.
                            other tanks not in my info...
                            33g long 1M CT Betta, 1M HM Betta, 1M DT Betta, 1F HM Betta
                            15g 3 celestial pearl danios, cherry shrimp, 8 pygmy corys, 5 ottos
                            10g QT 1 Green Severum, 1 Red Tailed Shark
                            You can see my tanks on my YouTube page HERE

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