Allow me to introduce you to….

Hey everyone, Jeremy here and I figured since we’re pretty new and this and are dedicated to the aquarium hobby, allow me to introduce you to our personal fish that we have thus far.

I won’t go into too much detail regarding our endlers and guppies (tanks are being overhauled), but I will introduce you to a few of our freshwater friends.

Meet kind of mascot, our L240 Vampire Pleco dubbed “Draco”. In the pic is one of our bichirs, the Ornate (nameless at this moment). They are growing out at the moment.

Not the best picture, but this is our Senegal bichir, he’s growing out with the Ornate and Draco in the same tank. We also have a rescued Delhezi Bichir that likes to hide in the pot in the picture.

Here is our tank that holds our apistogramma pair. They are in the Fluval Flex 9 gallon (that’s in our What we use menu).

Here is their tank, just completed today (as well as more product we use). The female hides in the cave a lot.

This isn’t the best picture, but here’s a picture of our Jardini Arowana (in qt at the moment). We rescued him from a tank full of peacock bass and had half of his tail missing and was pretty skinny. I swore I would never own a arowana…..yeah… I couldn’t refuse. Now, he’s healed, fat, active and awaiting his new home with Draco in the future. All in all, I’m glad he’s with us at and will have a good life now.

This little guy, this is Jack. He’s an EBJD that we rescued almost 6 months ago with an additions of 2 flowerhorn, 2 frontosa burundi, and another EBJD (got killed by Jack). Jack is an a**hole, but the wife loves him.

We have some other tanks running with some GBR’s and Celestial Pearl Danio’s that’s getting rehabbed currently.

So, there you have it. This is what we have in a nutshell. We have some awesome plans coming up with the mess of empty 20L’s, a 75g, and a newly acquired 125g (idea’s always suggested). But for now, we will end this long blog. Feel free to leave comments, suggestions, etc. We will respond as much as possible.

Keep on fishin’



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