Photos of tanks we decorated, for all ages and settings.
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Views from the 115 gallon discus tank we maintain. The Oscar is in the same office, different tank, but his owner takes care of him. Click the small image to load the large image in a separate window.
Cichlid tank, my 30 gallon high before the cichlids started rearranging it.
Good photos found -- 115 gal DAS, cichlid, with bright blue ones, taken some time before the good camera died. (2002)
We decorated and maintained this one for a year, from Sept 2001
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New camera, worse photos, but here they are. Cichlid tank in a museum: fast fish. Photo taken Sept 20, 2005. Click for larger
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New images, at last. February 4, 2004
125 gallon planted aquarium in a school building. Stock: Bala sharks, congo tetras, red serpae tetras, black mollies, dwarf gouramis, 1 large pleco, several otocinclus, a donated swordtail, a couple of platies. Plant stock: a large variety of live plants. Decor supplemented with natural rocks, artificial driftwood, and a few artifical plants. Lighting: Oceanic dual bulb fixtures on approximately 9 hours per day. Filtration: undergravel covering 4 square foot of this large aquarium's floor, driven by 4 Hagen 301 Powerheads. Heater: PennPlax Submersible. Aquarium setup date: August 2003. Initial culture: FritzZyme 7. Plant supplement: Instant Amazon by Marc Weiss.Click for larger image in new window.
29 gallon tank in a small office. Filtration: Millennium 2000, air-driven sponge filter for backup. Decor pieces: probably PennPlax or BlueRibbon pieces. Stock: 2 very large plecos, 2 opaline gouramis, 1 clown loach. The tank will be moved soon, and any new fish are waiting for the move to be completed. Click for larger image in new window.
Not intended for corals unless the lighting is upgraded, the tank is a cross between a reef and fish-only. Stock, Blue Damsel, Royal Gramma, Coral Beauty Angel (hiding), Black Bar Soldier (hiding), and a Percula Clown Fish. Lighting is only about 30 watts balanced daylight, and a 15 or 20 watt actinic, all above a glass canopy. Food: Frozen Daphnia alternating with shrimp straight from your grocer's freezer (cut in small bits, of course.) Click for larger image in new window.
River tank, 55 gallon, in the early stages of development. Presently only plants, pump and water. Click for larger image in new window.
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As of 2/4/10, this page should have been growing, but the camera we were using died and all of the new images from my cell phone and the subsequently purchased digital camera are trapped in files, waiting to be released into web-publishable size images when I can find the time to let them out. All material on this and the following pages is Copyright 1999 - 2013 by Alice Burkhart. Keeping Murphy Out Of Your Aquarium is Copyright 1997, 1998 by Alice Burkhart, All Rights Reserved. Murphy Cover Photos by Andrew M Burns.