Just finished setting up my 75 Gallon

Pretty much explains itself really. If you have questions about tank set-ups, tank furniture, (caves etc) chuck them in here!

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Just finished setting up my 75 Gallon

Post by tiger27924 » Sat Sep 29, 2012 12:57 am

The plan is to put 13 adults in this tank....I haven't put anything in there just yet so I figured I'd post it and see if anybody has any warnings or recommendations. The Cherry Red Shrimp seem to be doing fine so I was planning on adding a fish or two tomorrow. I used water from my other zebra tanks to fill this one as well as some fresh water, in an effort to speed the cycling process. The filter I'm using is a Fluval G3 (definitely a splurge but I had to see what it could do, and so far I'm happy). The bottom is granite tiles, and I broke slate and rounded the edges to add color. The rocks are large river stones (brand name "Akasha"). And the LED lights by marineland are totally worth it....they make the tank look great and the zebras I have now love the moonlight.
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Re: Just finished setting up my 75 Gallon

Post by Lukan » Sat Sep 29, 2012 3:08 am

Hi Tony,

Well done.

Cheers!

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Re: Just finished setting up my 75 Gallon

Post by arbeZ » Mon Oct 01, 2012 11:58 am

Layout is good but is it too bright for 46?

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Re: Just finished setting up my 75 Gallon

Post by DanHerrera » Fri Oct 04, 2013 9:06 am

tiger27924 wrote:The plan is to put 13 adults in this tank....I haven't put anything in there just yet so I figured I'd post it and see if anybody has any warnings or recommendations. The Cherry Red Shrimp seem to be doing fine so I was planning on adding a fish or two tomorrow. I used water from my other zebra tanks to fill this one as well as some fresh water, in an effort to speed the cycling process. The filter I'm using is a Fluval G3 (definitely a splurge but I had to see what it could do, and so far I'm happy). The bottom is granite tiles, and I broke slate and rounded the edges to add color. The rocks are large river stones (brand name "Akasha"). And the led lights by marineland are totally worth it....they make the tank look great and the zebras I have now love the moonlight.
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Great work man.. Just love the color of lights.. I am trying to build similar one very soon

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